Cat owner to receive $125k from city after 3 years of alleged kitty misconduct

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In Seattle, Washington, the owner of a cat living in Bellevue was receive $125,000 from the city and King County after three years of litigation involving her brown kitty named Miska. Anna Danieli filed a lawsuit in 2019 after amassing more than $30,000 in fines and 30 violations for the cat’s misconduct.

Among alleged violations according to, Anna had began receiving violation notices and enforcement actions under outdated Bellevue Code against the cat for being allowed to freely roam through the neighborhood. When the Law Offices of Jon M. Zimmerman and Possinger Law Group were retained to represent Danieli and Miska, it was discovered that one of the complainants had been the head of Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC).

It appeared that Miska had been specifically targeted in the case, however other citizens had similar incidents.

This case exposed how government officials can use their influence and positions to take unjust and unreasonable action against neighbors and other people in their personal lives. The settlement with our client does not fully address the government’s defendant’s mistakes here. We look forward to supporting Ms. Daniels and our community in the future, whenever there is a good fight to fight.

Possinger Law Group and Law Offices of Jon M. Zimmerman PLLC

The case worked its way through U.S. District Court, the State Court of Appeals, and Pierce County Superior Court.

Congratulations Miska.

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