In 2013, Kitty rescued Hero, a calf found in a field with back legs so badly frostbitten they needed to be amputated. Kitty helped secure funds to provide Hero with medical care, and together, they made international headlines when Hero took his first steps on prosthetic hooves. When photos of the calf when viral, Kitty says donations to her animal rescue began to pour in — and so did the skepticism.
Now, Kitty says she has become a victim of cyberbullying, including a Facebook group she says is dedicated to destroying her reputation. Members of that Facebook group, Ann, Debbie and Robert, claim that Kitty is a fraud who lies about being a non-profit, violates animal laws and treats animals poorly — claims Kitty absolutely denies — and they want an explanation. See what happens when they come face to face on Dr. Phil’s stage.
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Tune in: Dr. Phil tries to get to the bottom of these accusations.