Friday, September 11, 2015


Man oh man...  so much stuff!

POLLY (wog)

The day has gotten away from me.  This will be brief.

I placed another sign on Parsells - "Does Anyone Care???"  I am trying to make a statement - whether the people that live there care, or not, but maybe someone, just someone might drive by and think about it.  Do something.  Thats all.  I will never stop trying, in any possible way that I can, as long as I am still breathing, to be a voice for these animals.  Parsells is the worst of the worst that I have seen.  There are kittens and homeless cats ALL OVER the place, breeding, and dying.  Just this morning, the gay man, Jeff, who lives houses away from where I posted the first sign, from where my first real stop is, and who was sitting with little Peaches on his lap the morning I rescued her, came up to me and asked if I could take another.  He said this one was an adult, and very sweet.  He said she was a mess, but very friendly.  I told him No Jeff, I cannot take anymore right now.

The filth that is strewn in front of the houses on nearly two entire blocks of Parsells is enough to scare you.  You have to wonder, how can people live like this?  How can you subject your children to this?  They care not for their property, not for themselves, and not for the animals that are living, and dying under their noses.

Please help me to speak up for these animals.  Please donate to the clinic under my name 585-288-0600, so that I can continue to spay and neuter, please donate food so that I can continue to feed the 70+ cats I feed daily, please consider foster, please consider adoption, please consider helping me occasionally.  I could use a break.

Have a nice day.

"We must fight against the spirit of unconscious cruelty with which we treat the animals.  
Animals suffer as much as we do.  
True humanity does not allow us to impose such sufferings on them.  
It is our duty to make the whole world 
recognize it.  
Until we extend our circle of compassion to all living things, 
humanity will not find peace."


  1. I don't know what the answer is. The squeaky wheel gets the grease, though! The signs could be an interesting way to gain attention and get a dialogue going with the residents.

    1. Unfortunately, most of the residents in these areas as Janine can personally attest to cannot take care of themselves and their children. They certainly do not have the resources or knowledge to prevent feline overpopulation. Education and media exposure are the key elements to combat this serious dilemma in my opinion. No doubt that the adage "it takes a village to raise a child" is applicable in this instance. Even though Janine is making great strides in this effort we all need to help her by doing our fair share.

      Walt Simoni