The RSPCA has begun the prosecution process against Zouma and his brother, Yoan, who filmed the incident earlier this year.
West Ham footballer Kurt Zouma will be arraigned under the Animal Welfare Act subsequent to being recorded kicking his feline.
The RSPCA has started the indictment cycle against Zouma and his sibling, Yoan, who shot the episode recently.
A date for the primary court appearance still can't seem to be set.
Kurt Zouma's two felines keep on being really focused on by the RSPCA.
A representative for the creature government assistance good cause said a month ago: "Two felines are in our consideration, have been seen by a vet and are by and large very much cared for."
Yoan Zouma, who plays for National League side Dagenham and Redbridge, has been charged by the foundation over the occurrence, as indicated by his club.
In a proclamation, Dagenham and Redbridge said: "While Yoan proceeds to completely co-work with the RSPCA, as this matter has now advanced further, Dagenham and Redbridge FC feel it is as of now not fitting for either Yoan or the club to offer any further expression.
"Dagenham and Redbridge FC keep up with their situation in that the club keeps on denouncing all creature brutality."
Dagenham likewise said that the protector would now be accessible to play for them after his time of suspension.
"Since the charge, and while examinations were occurring, Dagenham and Redbridge FC took the choice that Yoan shouldn't play football for the club," the assertion went on.
"A month have now passed anyway since the occurrence, and the club feels that any further suspension from the group would be unfavorable to both the club and Yoan.
"A choice has been made accordingly for Yoan to be accessible to play.
"The club maintains all authority to make a further move whenever considered significant after finish of the court procedures."
Kurt Zouma has kept on playing for Premier League side West Ham since the episode, however has been booed during matches, including by Hammers fans.
West Ham supervisor David Moyes said he comprehended the analysis he looked for proceeding to choose the France worldwide, conceding what the middle back had done was "horrendous".
Zouma was fined the "greatest sum conceivable" by the club - comprehended by Sky News to be fourteen days' wages worth £250,000.
Imperativeness said last month it was suspending its sponsorship with West Ham.
"We are massively disheartened by the judgment along these lines shown by the club because of this occurrence," it said.
Adidas likewise dropped its sponsorship manage Zouma.