Cat breeder who kept dead kittens in freezer convicted of animal cruelty

A woman has been found guilty of animal cruelty offences after more than 100 animals were seized from her Adelaide home.

Glynne Sutcliffe’s Chandlers Hill home was raided by RSPCA officers who made the gruesome discovery of dead kittens in the freezer.

The 75-year-old woman was today found guilty of several charges of mistreating the animals.


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She was fined $7000, ordered to pay more than $16,000 in legal costs and vet bills, as well as ordered to surrender her remaining cats to the RSPCA.

Sutcliffe was also banned from having any animals in her care.

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