Posted by JohnnySensible at 09/29/10 19:33:17+ ......I witnessed one worker trying to kick and harm the cat outside. +
+ People need to be accountable for their actions as well their lack of actions in some cases. +
You have answered your own question Ramone.
You were (and still probably can be) the solution to the little cat's problem.
Posted by CandyKisses at 10/07/10 22:25:01I tried the same thing with many humane societies.I cannot walk well with out a walker,but I spotted these beautiful cats in an old half fallen barn,I went to feed them every day & such loving little kitties,I asked the animal officer in New Hampshire if he would collect up these many feral cats in an old barn in his area,he said feral? I said yes that only means they are considered wild but they are the sweetest.......I never got to finish my words when he said I would have to wear gloves?then go home after collecting them up and take a shower? etc.I said the cats clean them selves well;this conversation went on for quite some time,he finally said he would check into it & have some one right on it.Every day I still went & fed them & no one showed up to see about the situation,so I did my very best to collect all the cats & brought them home with me,of course most of them died after a year or two but the short time to them in my home & yard was worth a million words no one can ever express the gratitude in the eyes of these helpless kitties so dependant on humans,so far & few inbetween.Here is a wonderful web site full of poems especially about animals.Be sure to read a great story written by Jim Willis....five stars up.www.inhumane.org/data/quotes,html