In recent days, the Garfield Heights animal warden along with other animal advocates went to Segula's home to remove the strays that were attracted to her property, WJW reported.
The animals trapped were given medical care, Cleveland.com reported.
Officials trapped at least 10 cats over the past week, according to Cleveland.com.
Segula was also ordered to remove anything that would give shelter to the animals and to not feed the strays in the neighborhood, WJW reported.
She also will have to undergo mental health counseling, WOIO reported.
Segula had said she felt happy taking care of the animals and that feeding the strays was one of her joys, WOIO reported.