11/26/2021 – Elizabeth Grant, 53, who served jail time in other animal cruelty cases, was busted again when cops found a menagerie of dogs, cats, turtles, guinea pigs and a rabbit living in squalor in her Queens home, prosecutors said.Grant kept more than 50 animals in a Jackson Heights home she shares with her elderly mother — despite a judge’s order banning her from owning or caring for pets until 2028, said Queens D.A. Melinda Katz. Police and animal welfare workers rescued 29 critters from the home, many of them emaciated and matted with dirt and feces. One dog had blood around the mouth, another had a rash under an eye, according to criminal complaints.
APRIL 2019 – Elizabeth Grant, 50, was sentenced to three years’ probation after she was convicted of 108 counts of animal cruelty. Authorities found 55 cats, 12 dogs and two turtles. All the animals were taken from the home and a dozen had to be euthanized.
JANUARY 2019 – Cops and ASPCA discovered dozens of neglected animals living in a trash-filled home that stank of urine and feces. Grant received probation (not to own animals) for 10 years.
2016 – Grant was found guilty of 108 counts of animal cruelty after authorities found 55 cats, 12 dogs and two turtles in her home in 2016.She was sentenced to a year in jail in that case, which she served awaiting trial, and three years’ probation The animals were mistreated and malnourished, and a dozen had to be euthanized.