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Calgary woman convicted after duct-taped cat, dog found in storage unit
Calgary woman convicted after duct-taped cat, dog found in storage unit
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Calgary woman convicted after duct-taped cat, dog found in storage unit 

A Calgary woman has been convicted of offences under the Animal Protection Act. According to the Calgary Humane Society, she will be banned from owning or caring for animals for 15 years.

According to Global News, the convict, who was 21 at the time of the incident, is Samantha Zychowski. She was charged and sentenced after officials found her to be responsible for storing a dog and cat in a plastic bin inside a storage unit.

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