In her interview Rees claimed the puppies they had bought were “inbred” and one had died while the other two had to be put down, and that her feelings had then “boiled over”.
She said she wanted their victim to “scream in pain” as she was stabbed 13 times – one for each puppy in the litter.
Rees said: “I hope she is hurting; I hope she is in pain”.
Victim left living in a world of fear
She told officers she had fallen asleep on the night of the attack – and had missed it. But when she heard what had happened “she was glad”.
In her victim impact statement Miss Stoker said the doorstep attack had left her “living in a world of fear”, suffering with anxiety, and feeling “alone and isolated”.
Kingston, of Swansea, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm with intent, inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent, and possession of a bladed article.
Rees, of Mayhill, Swansea, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm with intent, making threats to kill, and possession of bladed articles.
Judge Geraint Walters said it was clear a “revenge attack” was on the dog breeder as they believed she was responsible for what happened to their puppies.
He said: “You had intended to cause the woman grievous bodily harm”.
Both Kingston and Rees were sentenced to a total of five years in prison.