CORINTH, Ky. -- An 85-year-old Kenton County woman was in court Friday morning, accused of abusing 11 Pomeranians.
Joan Meade pleaded not guilty in Grant County district court to charges of animal abuse.
Authorities said she abused the dogs at a property in Corinth, Ky. in August.
The dogs were removed from her home.
Meade's next court date is Oct. 7
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