Manalapan cats to be relocated
Caretaker Layne Sultana of Millstone is being given more time to look for a new home for feral cats in the office complex association at Bridge Plaza in Manalapan.
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#1 Mar 7, 2012
Layne Sultana has been taking care if these ferel cats including spaying/neutering and shots, which I'm sure include rabies shots. She has even offered to properly fence the playground so the cats can't get in. Property owners should show a little compasion. These cats have probably lived there longer than they have. They are living, feeling animals who have been discarded by us so-called humans. They are homeless and don't deserve to die because of it.
#2 Mar 9, 2012
I just wanted to add to my previous comment on Wednesday. I admire Layne Sultana for her dedication to these feral cats. She is doing so much to help and protect them. I hope this situation is resolved in a good way for her and her cats.
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