She is the woman who had 31-animals seized from her Conneaut Township property in March.
In a news conference held Tuesday, the district attorney said, "there was no doubt that Yvonne Murkens' animals were living in unsanitary conditions." He went on to say, "when veterinarians assessed the animals' health, there were no signs of dehydration or malnutrition."
Yvonne Murkens is expected to get her animals back in the coming days.
The foster families who have cared for the animals are first being given a chance to adopt the animals for a reduced fee.
Brad Foulk also says Murkens has agreed to periodic inspections of her kennels by the Erie County Humane Society throughout the next year.