After Sunday morning, when I rescued Murphy, there are still two adults and two older kittens left here.
Someone came along on NY Eve day and removed all the beautiful shelters I had here underneath the carport of this vacant house. I am trying to find out who removed this at 418 Melville Street. I need to find out if it is now city owned, or privately owned. I asked my cop friend to see if she can find out. I WANT MY SHELTERS BACK. I have a feeling its the work of 'Gladys Kravitz', the nosy woman across the street, who may have placed a call to the city to complain about cat shelters across the street from her (but is this against city codes, rules?). I was given this information by the kind woman Heidi, who lives next store, who found my note I had left her that morning, and called me. We talked for a long while, trying to figure out what could have happened to the shelters. She did not see anything, but was telling me about the neighbors around her. I drove over there during the day and knocked on a family's door that lives across the street, to see if they knew anything, I was told they park their cars there in the vacant driveway. The Spanish speaking family - the mother to be exact, had her son interpret, and they also confirmed that maybe the lady a few houses down called someone. The son mentioned he saw a truck come by the previous morning (after I had left). I really want to get to the bottom of this. Bastards (sorry Grandma Berry). What an evil thing to do, even it is was your job to do. But I want those precious shelters back. I have no other shelter to replace there. I am shelterless - those cats are shelterless.
Some good news: One of the four kittens trapped from Melville - two have been 'adopted', one being Magoo, I received Magoo's pic from his new mom. He is acclimating very well considering he was born on the streets and became feral. Here he is with his sibs.
|MAGOO (bottom right)|
Have to end this. I am fresh out of words today. Have a good one.
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