Paducah woman accused of hoarding cats makes plea agreement

A woman charged with animal cruelty made an Alford plea in court on Thursday.

In May, 30 cats were seized from the home of 74-year-old Janice Lady.

According to the plea deal, Lady has agreed to having a maximum of three cats in her home at one time.

If she sticks to the agreement, her charges will be dropped in two years.

The judge in the case must release the cats seized from the home before they can be adopted.

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