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Take a look at you lease agreement for the current year and see if it states that the LL's approval is required before a tenant can sublease. If it does state that and no such approval was given then you should be able to hold the tenant in default of the lease, send a notice to vacate, and move for eviction if the tenant fails to comply. Also, if no pets are allowed and you see the cat again, then you can do the same thing. A three day notice to quit is proper for the sublease violation and may also be appropriate for the pet violations if you see the cat again or can prove that she lied about getting rid of the cat.
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