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A woman at the centre of what is believed to be the largest-ever animal-cruelty case in Cayman has been given a 50-day suspended sentenced, 180 hours of community service, a 10-year ban on owning any animal and a $12,000 compensation order.
The trial of a Prospect woman at the centre of what is believed to be the largest-ever animal-cruelty case was called off Wednesday, after she changed her plea to guilty.
A dog owner denied five charges of animal cruelty, relating to 53 dogs, in the Summary Court on Wednesday.
Sylvia Felicity Lewis, 55, has been charged with five counts of animal cruelty in what is believed to be Cayman’s largest-ever seizure of abused dogs.