The hearing on the case of Kristen Lindsey, the cat killing veterinarian who killed a cat named Tiger with a bow and arrow then bragged about it on social media has been postponed indefinitely, Alley Cat Allies reported March 7.
Kristen and her attorney are hoping to reach a resolution through mediation, which could last until April 20. A hearing originally scheduled for March 8-10 to fight the revocation of her license was extended because the Texas Veterinary Board of Medical Examiners (TVBME) needed more time to investigate after it learned Lindsey contradicted herself.
Lindsey further mocked the TVBME by ignoring their request to produce a body, stating the remains were decomposed and unavailable. She later admitted she didn’t search for Tiger’s remains. The board also asked for names and statements for all witnesses to the case. Lindsey provided names but no statements.
Alley Cat Allies stated the following in their news article
“We hope there will be further investigation during the mediation period that will prove Lindsey is not fit to be a veterinarian and ensure that her license remains revoked. We will stay involved and update you when a new date for the hearing is confirmed.”