UTICA, N.Y. -- A Utica woman was charged with animal cruelty in connection to the cat that was thrown from a car window at the Stevens Swan Humane Society.
On April 17, the CNY SPCA acting on a tip call to the humane society arrested 25-year-old Rebecca Sanders of Utica.
Sanders was charged with misdemeanor abandonment of an animal, and released on an appearance ticket.
She's expected back at the town of Deerfield court on May 14.
The SPCA and the humane society are thanking those who came forward in providing information on this case.
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