She received three others. The final one told her to appear in front of a judge who sentenced her to 10 days in the Cuyahoga County Jail. She has to report on Aug. 11, WJW reported.
Segula's son, Dave Pawlowski, told WJW he couldn't believe his mother's sentence.
"I'm sure people hear about the things that happen downtown in that jail. And they are going to let my 79-year-old mother go there?" Pawlowski told WJW.
Segula was sentenced under an ordinance that makes it illegal to feed stray dogs and cats, but she doesn't think she should go to jail for helping animals.
"It's too much of a sentence for me for what I'm doing. When there are so many people out there that do bad things," Segula told WJW.