These pictures were taken on my way to work. See below for what happened.
|Shelter After Moving to Lot|
|POS house that trashed my stuff|
When I came back to take pictures I met a SUPER nice girl that lives across the street, her name is Pam, a kind black girl. She said the guy is CREEPY. She threatened to call the police on him after he made some untoward remarks to her. She took my card and promised to call me if she sees him touch my stuff.
Then there is the other thorn in my side. I have figured out Crazy Maryleigh Frank's latest MO - she knows when I am going to show up, so she deliberately hangs near the property she has been told by the police not to trespass on, in order to hamper us from trapping the gazillion reproducing cats there - which by the way, she IS killing the newborns and placing them in bags and burying them. Although last week she called the dead animal pickup, a service the City provides, and they couldn't believe their eyes. She had a bag of newborns in the bag. I am sure this can be verified by the call that came in for it last week for Webster Crescent. Anyways, when I pull up, its like I am herding sheep, I slowly start to drive alongside the sidewalk with her, and she always heads back to her street, and just before the corner, in front of the police camera just above, she dials 911 (although I can't confirm she is really dialling) and reports that I am harassing her. She continues to empty the food bowls placed on the property where she is banned from when I drive away. These cats are multiplying and she believes the humane society are Al Qaeda. She is a sick woman. If you could see this sight each morning - she walks around and there are at least two that follow her, one being the very sick black cat with the hernia hanging almost to the ground, sucking the very life out of it. She knows what she is doing, she is very very cunning. She has got to be stopped. I still can't believe nothing has been done thus far. Her neighbor Mary is beside herself. She will be moving end of July, and will never have gotten this issue she has called about so many times resolved.
The good news is that besides Momma Cat from 7th Street, where her five babies were waiting for her when I released her back there yesterday evening after she had been spayed at the clinic, the other three that were trapped are all now NOT going to be reproducing again either. Two males, two females.
|Bazza from Baldwin|
It was tough letting Bazza go this morning. You can tell he is a sweet cat, a stray, and doesn't really fit in with the others here on Baldwin and Grand - all eight or so here, he has always kept his distance but had just started to trust me, which is how I was able to grab him yesterday and place him in my carrier to go to the clinic for neutering. This morning, he was petrified. I hated to let him go. He deserved a home.
Please consider these animals, and please help me figure out what to do with this one spot. I need advice, for sure.
Have a good day.
"No matter the situation, never let your emotions overpower your intelligence."