LOUIE TODAY: Cat Ladies, Chief Justice Brown
Louie, Vindy.com's news radio partner, will talk today with principals from the Cat ladies Society, which was subject to removal of some of its cats Wednesday by animal humane agents.
The agents raided the society's Youngstown facility, just as it was set to open a second location. No charges have been filed.
The rescue has about 80 felines at the Youngstown facility, and humane agents claim they are not being cared for properly. Society operators, however, say they are caring for the cats, and will be exonerated.
Then, Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Eric Brown will join the discussion.
Chief Justice Brown was appointed by Gov. Ted Strickland to serve out the remainder of the term of Chief Justice Thomas J. Moyer, who died in office April 2.
Before his appointment, Justice Brown most recently served as Judge for Franklin County's Probate Court, where he presided over the largest single-judge probate court in Ohio, serving as both judge and clerk of court, overseeing a staff of 50 employees, including seven magistrates.