A Warner Robins mayoral candidate accused of keeping too many cats faces more than $3,000 in fines for violations of the city's animal ordinance.
That's according to William Childs, clerk of Warner Robins Municipal Court.
He said a municipal court judge found Eva Folse guilty after a four-and-half hour hearing held on Tuesday -- National Cat Day.
Folse last month told 13WMAZ that she was running for mayor to partly to draw attention to poor priorities in the city's animal-control department.
In May, she was given 31 citations because officers found 11 cats in a vacant rental home that she owned on Lynn Avenue.
City law prohibits owning more than three.
The officer described the conditions saying, "The odor inside the residence was very strong. There was trash and animal feces and litter covering the room."