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A woman was arrested on multiple charges of animal cruelty after hundreds of animals were rescued from her Texas home.

The Grimes County Sheriff’s Office said that Doris Bevier Clark, 75, turned herself in to deputies Tuesday morning.

The article goes on to state the following:

Clark faces four counts of animal four counts of cruelty to livestock animals and one count of cruelty to non-livestock animals, according to local broadcaster KHOU 11.

A court set her bail at $10,000. She was later released after posting bond.

The Houston Humane Society said that nearly 300 animals were rescued from Clark’s property on August 15.

The organization said they assisted the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office in rescuing 242 dogs and 49 miniature horses. Shetland ponies were also saved from the home.

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  1. 291 animals needed rescuing and only 5 charges of cruelty to animals. The lack of charges is as bad as the cruelty to these animals.

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