Mendham Township officials considering lawsuit against former owner of neglected cats
There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Jul 5, 2009, titled Mendham Township officials considering lawsuit against former owner of neglected cats. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:
Taxpayers have anted up $55,000 to care for more than 200 cats, including those removed from a feces-filled, million-dollar Chester home in March, said Mayor William Cogger.
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#1 Jul 5, 2009
Mendham Township is not suing anyone over this issue. It is Chester that is considering a lawsuit, not Mendham Township, whose kind hearted officials are happy to let its facilities be used to help neuter, house, and care for these poor but beautiful cats and kittens until they are adopted. Cheers to Mendham Township. Boo to the Star Ledger for getting it very wrong.
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