Authorities said an Alberta woman was charged after she allegedly tried to send animals in the mail.
Vulcan County Enforcement Services told CBC News that the woman tried to mail puppies and a kitten multiple times in May.
The woman entered a post office in Milo, Alta. on May 7 and May 17 and left the animals with stamps attached to them in a small cardboard box, according to authorities.
The woman is now facing a charge under the Animal Protection Act of causing an animal to be in distress.
She is expected to appear in court on July 30.