Woman arrested for allegedly stealing, killing kitten in Los Angeles 07/08/2020 11:07 am PDT Comments KTLA / South Gate Police via KTLA: LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A woman was arrested Tuesday for allegedly killing a kitten in South Gate Monday night. Residential video appears to show the woman trying to unlatch a gate and get onto the front porch of a house around midnight Monday. The woman was not able to open the gate all the way and is seen reaching inside and sliding a kitten over to her. The next morning, the 6-week-old kitten was found dead across the street. The Long Beach Press-Telegram reports the woman was taken into custody in a Denny's parking lot at 5811 Firestone Ave., near Garfield Avenue, while in possession of another kitten on Tuesday, according to the South Gate Police Department. The suspect was not immediately identified and charges were not announced. The second kitten was unharmed. Police said she was taken to a mental health facility for evaluation. MORE: Suspect in killing of kitten in South Gate is arrested - Long Beach Press-Telegram Woman arrested for allegedly killing kitten in South Gate - KTLA South Gate Police Dept. Update - Facebook #AnimalCruelty #AnimalNews #California #KTLA #LosAngeles #SouthernCalifornia Related Stories Teen accused of smothering infant sister and brother to death, mutilating kitten Ninth cat found mutilated in string of suspected serial attacks Man allegedly put kitten in freezer, threw her off balcony 36 cats now rescued from filthy home, 70-year-old woman arrested Man threw pets out window when girlfriend told him to go: police Mom of 15 accused of torturing kids, boiling puppies to death California teen arrested after disturbing kitten abuse video surfaces Man arrested for allegedly strangling ex-girlfriend's kitten Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.