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Alberta woman charged for trying to mail puppy, kitten

An Alberta woman has been charged for allegedly attempting to mail puppies and a kitten.

Police say Jill Marshall left animals in a small cardboard box at a Canada Post office in Milo, Alta

A woman has been charged after a post office employee in Milo, Alta., found these animals in a box with postage on it. (Vulcan County Enforcement Services)

An Alberta woman has been charged for allegedly attempting to mail puppies and a kitten.

Vulcan County enforcement services says on May 7 and May 17, a woman tried to mail the animals by leaving them in a small cardboard box at a Canada Post office in Milo, Alta. 

The animals had stamps affixed to them. 

Jill Marshall, 53, has been charged with causing an animal to be in distress under the Animal Protection Act. 

Her first court appearance will be in Lethbridge on July 30.

Milo, Alta. is about 110 kilometres southeast of Calgary. 

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