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Friday, Jun 8, 2012County: Oklahoma
Charges: Felony CTA
Alleged: Amy L. Undem-Null
A 32-year-old Oklahoma City woman is charged in McClain County District Court with cruelty to animals after a dog in her care was found last summer to be severely infested with fleas to the point of anemia.
An arrest warrant is outstanding for Amy L. Undem-Null on the felony charge.
According to an affidavit, Blanchard police learned of the dog's condition on the afternoon of June 8.
The small black dog's fur was matted and filled with burrs. In addition, the officer noticed the dog's head and muzzle were crusted with what a Blanchard veterinarian later determined to be partially digested blood passed by fleas.
Undem-Null told police she had just gotten the dog back from her estranged husband on June 8 and that she hadn't had custody of the dog for at least three months.
However, according to the affidavit, a Verden police officer who responded to a call at the woman's residence in mid-May reported that the dog was in her care at that time.
The dog was returned to health "with no extraordinary care," according to the affidavit.
- The Purcell Register - Jan 3, 2013
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