Nash v Birmingham Crown Court: Admn 18 Feb 2005

The defendant who had had 75 cats in her home with consequences that they had been not well looked after was convicted of animal cruelty. She had been ‘given a conditional discharge’, one of the conditions being that she could not thereafter look after more than two cats at any one time.


[2005] EWHC 338 (Admin)




Protection of Animals Act 1911


England and Wales

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CitedRoyal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals v Chester Crown Court Admn 17-May-2006
Defendants had been convicted of maltreatment of horses. The crown court had overturned a permanent ban on keeping horses, substituting a limit of keeping 25 horses with a conditional discharge. The prosecutor now appealed.
Held: The court had . .
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Animals, Crime

Updated: 01 July 2022; Ref: scu.223493