Wednesday, June 8, 2005
Mishawaka home overrun by cats
Indianapolis Star, IN
MISHAWAKA, Ind. — Authorities have removed 30 cats from a northern Indiana house and say as many as 40 more cats may remain. Representatives of the St. ...
Better solutions to animal control issue is needed
St. Petersburg Times, FL
Ottawa cats may soon have new homes
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
Waukesha - About 125 cats rescued last month in Waukesha County's worst case of cat neglect could be available for adoption soon. ...
Appointment of Fasic OK'd; Sewer project, feral cats discussed
The Eureka Reporter, CA
Also on the agenda was a recommendation from staff to City Council to “direct staff to work with local feral cat welfare organizations to help identify potential relocation sites for a managed (Waterfront) feral cat colony (of approximately 20 to 25 cats),” according to the agenda summary. The summary also states that a local animal welfare coalition, Feral Friends, is interested in developing a Victorian feral cat city as a tourist attraction.
[See related post under June 6.]
Good Mews Celebrates National ASPCA Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month
... Come and celebrate with us by visiting the cats at Good Mews. ... Check our website at www.goodmews.org or call 770-499-CATS (2287) for details and directions! ...
Onslow Inn drill not just practice
Jacksonville Daily News, NC -
Early results label the operation a success. The buildings came down on schedule, everybody did their parts and - despite a last-minute concern that feral cats were in the buildings scheduled to be collapsed - apparently no living creatures sustained harm.
My neighborhood, and my home, are becoming overrun with cats
Kansas City Star, MO
... I suppose I could wake up to find a skunk in the trap.It's good Olathe has a program to loan humane traps to catch stray animals, including cats whose owners ...
New ordinance affects animal owners
Kansas City Kansan, KS
Fido and Fluffy are no longer welcome on the streets of Kansas City, Kan., unless they've been snipped.
An amendment passed Thursday night by Unified Government will change restrictions for Animal Control throughout the county. One restriction will impose fines on pet owners who don't neuter or spay their dog or cat that is more than six months of age. The UG can also penalize pet owners by requiring them to take animal training classes.
Group fights Humane Society over county animal shelter
Business Gazette, MD
Some animals brought to the county's shelter are being needlessly destroyed because of the incompetence of the Montgomery County Humane Society, according to a dissident group.
The dissidents, led by Ivan D. Socher of Rockville, founder of Life4Animals, said they would go to court Thursday in an effort to oust the Humane Society's board and gain control of the county's animal shelter in Rockville.