Nine starving cats found at foreclose...

Nine starving cats found at foreclosed home

There are 6 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Aug 10, 2010, titled Nine starving cats found at foreclosed home. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

Glenn County Senior Animal Control officer Ray Cavier said he is temporarily feeding at least nine cats found apparently abandoned in and around a foreclosed home southwest of Orland.

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Deebo

Chico, CA

#1 Aug 10, 2010
There is a special place in hell reserved for people who abandon animals. What are they thinking, the animals will be able to fend for themselves? There are not enough derogatory terms to describe these vile people...
a silent voice

Redding, CA

#2 Aug 10, 2010
humans are a sad species. sigh.

Since: Jul 10

Oroville, CA

#3 Aug 11, 2010
It's hard to forgive people like this. There were options to doing this, but they were too lazy to locate the closest animal shelter?
only good cat

United States

#4 Aug 11, 2010
the only good cat is a dead one....
Country-Boy

Jersey City, NJ

#5 Aug 11, 2010
Itsa matter of fact wrote:
It's hard to forgive people like this. There were options to doing this, but they were too lazy to locate the closest animal shelter?
Yes and no to that. Yes they may have been too lazy or no, not lazy but too poor/broke. Not sure about Glenn county but a lot of animal shelters actually charge to take in animals. If they charge $20 an animal (that was 10 years ago in Yolo County, I was picking up not dropping off but I noticed the signage) then that is $180 and some people will not pay that. However, they can always leave them in a box on the front door of the shelter and run but that is probably illegal as well.

Or you can leave the animals at the abandoned foreclosed neighbor's house and call Animal Control to complain.

Since: Jul 10

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#6 Aug 11, 2010
In Tehama county, you have to get on a waiting list and that can be months before you can bring the animals in.So what a lot of people do, is put them in a box and leave them at the vets office before operating hours. TRhen it's the vets problem to get rid of them.

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