ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ: Cats being removed and dumped!! SENIOR WOMAN NEEDS ASSISTANCE, WILL PAY FOR GASOLINE AND YOUR TIME
PLEASE RESPOND TO ELAINE at: Echichi1@stevens.edu
Subject: FW: ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS: SENIOR WOMAN NEEDS "ONE DAY" FOR ASSISTANCE. ****SHE WILL PAY FOR GASOLINE, AND PAY FOR YOUR TIME!!!****
VERY URGENT - cats being removed from their "secure colony station"
DO NOT make any calls to the town or ACO as they were told if they get one more call, they will ALL be euthanized!!!!
*****SENIOR WOMAN NEEDS "ONE DAY" FOR ASSISTANCE. SHE WILL PAY FOR GASOLINE TO GET TO HER, AND WILL PAY FOR YOUR TIME THAT DAY FOR ASSISTANCE.
SENIOR WOMAN IN HER 70'S HAS CARPUNCLE TUNNEL. ANIMAL CONTROL HAS
TAKEN AWAY TWO CATS AND A SOLO KITTEN
AND DUMPED THEM IN A PISTOL RANGE AREA. HE TOLD HER HE WOULD STOP
TAKING THEM IF SHE FOUND TRAPPERS TO DO TNR.
HE ALSO TOOK A NURSING MOM AWAY AND DUMPED HER, BUT LEFT THE KITTENS IN THE ORIGINAL AREA. THE WOMAN FOUND THE NURSING KITTENS LEFT IN THE
ORIGINAL AREA. IT TOOK THE WOMAN ONE WEEK TO FIND ONE OF
THE CATS, AND THE KITTEN, THAT HE DROPPED OFF AT THE UNKNOWN AREA.
THEY WERE TREMBLING FROM FEAR, AND LOST WEIGHT FROM NO FOOD. THEY
WERE STARVING. SHE HAS NOT FOUND THE OTHER CATS HE DROPPED THERE.
ANIMAL CONTROL WILL GO THERE AT ANY TIME AND KEEP DUMPING THE ANIMALS
TO THE UNKNOWN AREA, UNLESS TERRY FINDS ASSISTANCE. SHE IS SO UPSET,
SHE IS GOING TO HAVE A STROKE. THE ANIMAL HOSPITAL IS IN THE
TOWN, SO THE VOLUNTEERS ONLY HAVE TO TRAP ONE DAY AND GET THEM
TO THE LOCAL HOSPITAL where she will pay for spay/neutering.
PLEASE HELP THESE ANIMALS HAVE THE RIGHT THING TAKE PLACE FOR THEM.
THEY SHOULD NOT BE ABANDONED IN A STRANGE UNKNOWN PLACE.
THEY SHOULD GO BACK TO THEIR SITE WHERE THERE IS FOOD
AND SHELTER. WITHOUT YOUR HELP IT WON'T HAPPEN!
The place is Englewood CLIFFS,
on 9W in New Jersey, a mile from the George Washington Bridge.
PLEASE RESPOND TO
ELAINE at: Echichi1@stevens.edu
I meant," said Ipslore bitterly, "what is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?"
Death thought about it.
CATS, he said eventually. CATS ARE NICE.
-- Sir Terry Pratchett (1948—2015), Sourcery