There have been several new developments in the case of Kristen Lindsey, the Texas veterinarian who posted the photo of a dead cat on social media and created a firestorm of hate from animal lovers worldwide.
Kristen Lindsey is NOT licensed to practice veterinary medicine in Wyoming
The first new information to report is that several people have contacted the Wyoming Veterinarian Medicine Association asking whether Ms. Lindsey has an active license to practice in the state. The reply came from an employee named Jared, and is listed below
“Good morning, thank you for taking the time to contact us about Dr. Lindsey. Dr. Lindsey is NOT a member of the Wyoming VMA nor does she currently hold a license in Wyoming.”
Jared went on to say that the Board of Veterinary Medicine is aware of the situation, and although he can’t speak for them, feels sure Ms. Lindsey’s actions would weigh on a decision to grant her a Wyoming license.
Kristen Lindsey DOES have an active registration to run Lazy Boot Equine, LLC
Justice for Tiger: Austin County Grand Jury meeting
An event for Wednesday morning has been set for the Austin County Grand Jury meeting. Facebook announced Justice for Tiger: Austin County Grand Jury meeting. Those who live in the area are encouraged to attend. If you can’t attend, contact information for the Austin County District Attorney is listed below.
DA contact info:
email@example.com District Attorney
firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant District Attorney
email@example.com (Vincent) Assistant District Attorney
One East Main Street
Bellville, Texas 77418
979-865-5911 telephone or 979-865-8786 fax
One issue that has come up is whether the Grand Jury will even discuss Lindsey’s case at Wednesday’s meeting. Calling and asking this case receive top priority is the best approach at this time. Be polite when you call, as screaming like a banshee and cussing like a sailor isn’t being proactive in advocating for justice for Tiger.
Threats against Wyoming rescue group
Threats against Felines and Friends of Wyoming, an animal organization in south Big Horn County, have surfaced after they released a media statement saying
“This is so sad for everyone. You are going to have people say it is just a cat but those same people would have a fit if someone did that to their dog or other pet. Jack Lindsey has brought many a stray kitten to Felines and Friends. They love their animals. That is what makes it harder to believe. A bad decision can change a lot of lives in just an instant.”
This statement doesn’t say the rescue supports the Lindsey family. It merely states their experience with the family in the past. Their phone lines have had a few threatening calls to the point the animals who need their help are suffering.
Calling this rescue and threatening harm isn’t doing anyone any good, and needs to stop. Whether this is a local issue, or whether people outside the area are making these calls, it doesn’t matter.
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