Williamson County Veterinarian Accused of Animal Cruelty Pleads Not Guilty

Former Williamson County Veterinarian Elisa Kirkpatrick, the woman found with more than 60 animals in her home is pleading not guilty to all charges in relation to her arrest. Kirkpatrick is being charged with animal cruelty for a May incident in which police entered her home after neighbors complained of a foul odor, and say they found it covered in animal waste with live animals living freely about the home and also allege that Kirkpatrick was performing surgeries on animals in her kitchen after losing her veterinarians license in December. A pretrial date has been set from September 28th.