sutton mayor take care of cats please

sutton mayor take care of cats please

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unknown

United States

#1 Feb 27, 2011
please do something about the cat problem....please...put a limit in town...to what people can have....
Cats

Ann Arbor, MI

#2 Feb 27, 2011
The cat problem isnt because people have too many. Its because there are too many strays. And the animal shelter does not have the facilities to house cats..
natureboy

United States

#3 Feb 27, 2011
hmmmm then the people need to stop feeding them....and let them go somewhere else....They are a NUISANCE..IF YOUR GONNA FEED EM,,THEN YOU SHOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEM....PRETTY DISGUSTING TO SEE BAGS OF CAT FOOD DUMPED IN THE VACANT DOORWAYS OF THE BUILDINGS IN SUTTON...WHOEVER IS DUMPING THE CAT FOOD SHOULD BE FINED FOR LITTERING....
animal house

Bethel Park, PA

#4 Feb 27, 2011
owners need to take responsibility, stray cats should be picked up by the animal catcher and put in the shelter and given to a good home.
Cats

Ann Arbor, MI

#5 Feb 27, 2011
animal house wrote:
owners need to take responsibility, stray cats should be picked up by the animal catcher and put in the shelter and given to a good home.
Apparently you dont know how to read. The shelter does NOT have the facilities for cats. And as for the humane officer, I know him personally and happen to know he cares a lot. He would love to see the cats off the streets and into good homes. Unfortunately, he is not allowed to pick them due to the fact that there is NO facilities for them. If you feel that strongly about them, then maybe you should donate some money towards that cause. Dont blame the animal catcher and the shelter. Not their fault..
animal house

Bethel Park, PA

#6 Feb 28, 2011
Cats wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently you dont know how to read. The shelter does NOT have the facilities for cats. And as for the humane officer, I know him personally and happen to know he cares a lot. He would love to see the cats off the streets and into good homes. Unfortunately, he is not allowed to pick them due to the fact that there is NO facilities for them. If you feel that strongly about them, then maybe you should donate some money towards that cause. Dont blame the animal catcher and the shelter. Not their fault..
i wasn't BLAMING THE ANIMAL CATCHER. i was only making a suggestion, dont get an attitude, maybe they can get help from the other counties or follow up with other agencies. Or they could pick them up and put them to sleep, that may too simple. Also it would not be the topic once it is done.
animal house

Bethel Park, PA

#7 Feb 28, 2011
I forgot to comment, the people feeding them on the street are doing more harm them good. the food attracts not only cats, but other animals. I had a friend tell me about a skunk in town, he also has been sighted by other people. So please people, do not feed the cats, thanks
devils advocate

Berkeley Springs, WV

#8 Feb 28, 2011
the mayor and council should have this on their agenda next town meeting, most communities would have the animal shelter pick them up, put them up for adoption. after the required time alotted by state and local laws, they need to be put to sleep. it is a simple issue.
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Sheryl

Bridgeport, WV

#10 Aug 9, 2013
Do you realize how many rats would be in sutton if not for the cats what do you want cats or rats
Home Towner

Bridgeport, WV

#11 Aug 9, 2013
Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha
A happy medium maybe,,,
But not over run with cats
Sheryl

Bridgeport, WV

#12 Aug 10, 2013
There is no happy medium. I hope when the cats are you get the Black Plague
Ohh

United States

#13 Aug 10, 2013
Build a cathouse in Sutton !!
comeuppance

Morgantown, WV

#14 Aug 11, 2013
if you dumb hicks would hold your elected leaders to task to use your tax money to provide the appropriate services to shelter and euthanize these animals you wouldn't have a problem. you want a free fix, you lazy ingrates.
hillary

Clarksburg, WV

#15 Aug 14, 2013
not worry about cats,get them drugies of the streets,they look bad to the kids.they sit on the steps and hang around the red carpet,rather see a kitty than hoe or drug selling dick hoodlum hangin around
Boss

Fairmont, WV

#16 Aug 31, 2013
natureboy wrote:
hmmmm then the people need to stop feeding them....and let them go somewhere else....They are a NUISANCE..IF YOUR GONNA FEED EM,,THEN YOU SHOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEM....PRETTY DISGUSTING TO SEE BAGS OF CAT FOOD DUMPED IN THE VACANT DOORWAYS OF THE BUILDINGS IN SUTTON...WHOEVER IS DUMPING THE CAT FOOD SHOULD BE FINED FOR LITTERING....
this was brought up before about the feeding, the best thing to do is get a camera and take photos of the individual feeding the cats, she can be fined for feeding ferrel cats, classified as "wild animals" they will cure here feeding habits, I will have my camera ready, let me know where she is feeding them. we need fine the people who are breeding these cats and letting them loose. these people are not responsible individuals and need to be fined also.
I hear ya

Clarksburg, WV

#17 Sep 7, 2013
Boss wrote:
<quoted text>this was brought up before about the feeding, the best thing to do is get a camera and take photos of the individual feeding the cats, she can be fined for feeding ferrel cats, classified as "wild animals" they will cure here feeding habits, I will have my camera ready, let me know where she is feeding them. we need fine the people who are breeding these cats and letting them loose. these people are not responsible individuals and need to be fined also.
everyone get your cameras ready!!!
Jean

Mount Clare, WV

#18 Sep 20, 2013
Maybe if the mayor could stay sober for awhile he could take care of the cat issue.
Fido

Fairmont, WV

#19 Sep 20, 2013
Its the people that hoard the beasts..
Thats the problem...
Sheryl

Fairmont, WV

#20 Sep 20, 2013
Boss wrote:
<quoted text>this was brought up before about the feeding, the best thing to do is get a camera and take photos of the individual feeding the cats, she can be fined for feeding ferrel cats, classified as "wild animals" they will cure here feeding habits, I will have my camera ready, let me know where she is feeding them. we need fine the people who are breeding these cats and letting them loose. these people are not responsible individuals and need to be fined also.
cats are not considered wild animals they are domestic animals. There is nothing anybody can do if someone is feeding them. Call Sally Stewart and ask her if you don't belive me. They are protected by law. Ha ha!
Fido

Fairmont, WV

#21 Sep 20, 2013
a feral cat is wild and a problem duh!!!!
read the definition
A feral cat is a domestic cat that has returned to the wild. It is distinguished from a stray cat, which is a pet cat that has been lost or abandoned, while feral cats are born in the wild. The offspring of a stray cat can be considered feral if born in the wild.[1]

In many parts of the world, feral cats are descendants of domestic cats that were left behind by travelers. Cats introduced into areas in which they are not indigenous often cause harm to local environments by preying on local species. This is particurly true on islands where feral cats have sometimes had a substantial and deleterious effect on the local fauna.[2] Cats have been blamed for the extinction of 33 species.[3]

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