About a week ago Jimmy's tent and all contents were removed, and the two homeless persons who took over Jimmy's tent were arrested for possession of stolen property. Immediately a woman who took over for Jimmy feeding the cats was stopped by the Nordhoff Plaza security guard supervisors, stating she would be arrested if she continued to feed there.
THIS BRIDGE IS COUNTY PROPERTY AND DOES NOT BELONG TO THE PLAZA, WHICH IS IN RECEIVERSHIP ANYWAY. THE GUARDS ARE FOLLOWING ORDERS--HAVEN'T WE HEARD THAT BEFORE?
Both she and I continued to feed the cats for several days, and she had made arrangements with the guards to feed the cats on the other end of the County bridge from where Jimmy's tent had stood.
Last night she was stopped again by two security guards who stated she was not allowed to feed the cats anywhere on or near the bridge.
If she cannot get there, those cats will starve and die.
I ask two things:
1. Go feed the cats yourself on the bridge. Feed them where Jimmy's tent stood. Do this until the situation is cleared up. The cats are on a railroad bridge behind Best Buy in Northridge, just South of Nordhoff on Tampa.
2. Call the security company, Guardian National Security, and talk to or leave a message for Abe at (818) 703-9807. He will say they are just carrying out their client's orders.
3. Call the client, Patric Galentine at (714) 573-7780, who oversees the contract with Guardian National.
|This bridge is County property and does not belong to the Plaza property. BB & B yellow building on left.|