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A jury will decide if Tina Ingram will be charged with felony animal cruelty for allegedly killing her neighbor's two cats. Source: WBRC video A jury will decide if Tina Ingram will be charged with felony animal cruelty for allegedly killing her neighbor's two cats. Source: WBRC video
Amy Fondren, the cats owners, said today she feels like justice will be served if Ingram is charged with felony, instead of misdemeanor, animal cruelty. Source: WBRC video Amy Fondren, the cats owners, said today she feels like justice will be served if Ingram is charged with felony, instead of misdemeanor, animal cruelty. Source: WBRC video
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -

An animal cruelty case against a west Alabama woman is heading to a grand jury.

Tina Ingram is accused of killing her neighbor's two cats in August by locking them in an SUV and leaving them there for days. Their bodies were later found at a dump site.

Thursday, a judge ruled there's enough evidence for a grand jury to decide whether or not to charge Ingram with felony animal cruelty instead of misdemeanor animal cruelty.

Amy Foundran, the cats' owner, says she presented pictures of her deceased cats to the judge this afternoon.

"I am over the moon excited and pleased that they have tried her for a felony charge because I do feel like then justice will be served. This is obviously animal cruelty felony," Foundran said.

The grand jury could make a decision sometime in December.

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