A Dallas woman is accused of fatally shooting her husband Saturday morning because he was beating the family cat, police said.
When officers arrived, Mary Harrison met with police and told them she and her husband had been arguing. She said her husband also had been beating the family's cat.
Dexter was rushed to Presbyterian Hospital where he was pronounced dead. She says she heard four shots coming from the town home at 13217 Fall Manor Drive. It's kind of insane. "I mean, people love their pets, but it ain't that serious... to die for a cat", neighbor Carl Phillips told KTVT.
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KTVT reported that the Harrison's cat had disappeared recently.
Police said during the course of the interview, Mary Harrison confessed to shooting the victim. The Fort-Worth Star Telegram reports Harrison remained in custody Sunday at the Lew Sterrett Justice Center, where she's being held on $100,000 bail.