National Animal Control Appreciation Week April 7-13

Apr 11, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: North Texas e-News

Jimmy Gilbert has served as Animal Control Officer for the City of Bonham for the past 17 years after serving the City of Savoy for a year.

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Nimrod

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Apr 12, 2013
 
This must be the reason I caught Jimmy "petting his puppy" back behind the city offices.
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these two guys are a credit to the department. We had homeless cats that were a nuisance. They hung out and smoked in Powder Creek Park. They would litter, and drink, and get out of control. Thankfully, Jimmy managed to find them all a good home.... then he ate them.
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Apr 12, 2013
 
I hope Freddie gets that stick out of his butt. He appears to obviously be in pain.
Smalley

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Apr 12, 2013
 
Did Tabitha Caplinger go to jail yet? How about Jimmy?
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He left his door open at kwik chek this morning on 121. After watching him get his big gulp soda, the police put out a apb about a unruly Chihuahua on the square that had some city officials in the tree. One reporter says he heard, "oh, what will we do." Then the heavenly cry rang out.....call the "animal control guy" Jimmy will know what to do... He sprang into action, even left his truck running at kwik chek for a quick escape. He took the Chihuahua out with a swift shot of an tranquilizer gun and SAVED THE DAY!! The city officials have named today Jimmy Gilbert day while giving him a key to the city!! God Bless the ANIMAL CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!

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