The judges order merely precluded LAAS from participating in TNR by act or propaganda. It precluded them from releasing ferals of individuals or feral non-profits. It forbade them from not loaning out tra, or by rogue members ps. It forbade them from not accepting cats in traps.
The judge's order did not apply to private individual's TNR in any way.
However, it appears that the department has decided to go anti-private TNR by threatening colony managers with fines and jail if they feed feral cats--that is, unless the person lives on Leadwell street, where the owner beat the city in a lawsuit in the past.
However, Officer DeMascias cites M.C. 53.07.5, banning the feeding of non domesticated mammilian predators, and applies it in selective cases to people feeding feral cat colonies.
THAT IS NOT THE INTENT OF THAT LAW. THE INTENT WAS TO STOP THE DELIBERATE FEEDING OF WILDLIFE. YES, WILDLIFE MIGHT EAT SOME FOOD FERALS DON'T EAT, BUT THAT WAS NOT THE INTENT OF THE COLONY MANAGERS. THEIR INTENT WAS TO FEED DOMESTIC IF NOT DOMESTICATED CATS.
Few seem to grasp that the misapplication of this law by either LAAS offical policy, or the selective misapplication by rogue officers of LAAS or ACTF means the END OF TNR in Los Angeles. This is a big deal. Doesn't anyone see this but me?