UPDATE (April 28, 2016): Kristen Lindsey's hearing ended this week. It may take several months for the board to decide whether she is going to lose her license for good. For the latest, click here.
UPDATE (October 1, 2015): Because Kristen Lindsey has rejected the board's order she technically still has a license. According to Tiger's Justice Team, the board will argue the case before an administrative law judge to get Lindsey's license to practice permanently removed.
Tiger, the cat who was shot and killed with a bow and arrow in April, is finally getting the justice he deserves.
When a veterinarian posted a horrific photo to Facebook and bragged about the cat being her "first bow kill," the case of animal cruelty gained worldwide attention and people feared that the act would go unpunished. Since then, people have been tirelessly following the aftermath of the killing of a white and orange tabby named Tiger.