I am hoping that a new low income animal clinic being built in this neighborhood and set to open in July will make a difference. These homeowners need to step up and help themselves, their own community. I guess you can't really know what it's like to be poor unless you've been there yourself. But you can still try to have some compassion. The bottom line is if we don’t help enough low income people have their pets sterilized, we will fail to end overpopulation in our streets, and in our shelters. Its that simple.
UPDATE: The Raccoon Momma and her babies have moved on. There is no sign of them on Paul's roof anymore. Thanks to Harold's Mom Kim, the wildlife expert came over yesterday and determined that they were no longer on the under the eaves of the roof. Yay. I pray for their safety, but very glad they are gone!
"Life is not a final exam. It's daily pop quizzes."