|The only home these cats know|
I then finished up the back nine - I did not get a kitty behind Paul's house so I packed up the trap and headed back to Parsells to finish up the front nine. I decided to set a trap at my second stop on Parsells, as there are a few kitties that sleep in the shelter I have on that porch but run when they see me. I set the trap, and as I was headed back to the car, there was LISA!
|Lisa, taken several years ago with poor kitten in her arm - the cops were called this day too, as she wasn't allowed animals in her house|
Meanwhile, I picked up the trap. There was no way any cat was going into the trap with all this commotion. The officer did explain to me that if she didn't open her door, they couldn't arrest her. I don't really understand that, but I said, OK. I had also asked if she would be arrested under mental hygiene, or go to jail, and they said jail. After five minutes or so, I drove up to her house and could see them talking to her in the dark. An officer came up to me and said that she wouldn't come off her porch, so they couldn't arrest her. I still don't understand that, but in the meantime, I said well I gotta get going, he took my information and said if anything further happens, to call them. I still don't understand how a person can come up and intentionally hit you, with you having done nothing wrong to them,. and get away with it. Anybody familiar with the law here?
So that was my excitement for the morning.
Have a wonderful day.
"We make a living by
what we get...
but we make a life by
what we give."