Months before the last election when Rosendahl was running for office, I emailed him and a staffer for his positions on animal issues. For months I got no response. Then a few weeks before the election he sent out a generic email to the animal community outlining his "positions." Basically he said nothing except he likes animals and would work to protect them.
Well, he was the only Councilmember to vote against the citywide spay/neuter ordinance. Instead, he complained that Boks did not have enough guys going door to door to see dogs were licensed. Where did this zippo-head get his priorities? Walmart?
Boks' response was why did Roendahl want canvassers going around collecting license fees, but not to see if animals were neutered?
Cythia Hockman, the new Animal Services vet, Ron Mason's former vet, refused to spay/neuter his cats before they were six months old because of increased the risk of complications. I agree.
f complications. Personally, I think 4 months too young, but so what, I am a blogger-critic, not a vet.