Ross Pool sent me a package of 270 pages regarding the official 57 cats impounded on October 9 and 11.
Apparently the Post Office screwed up as the package was misdirected and spent four days in San Bernadine, one day in Colton, two days downtown and one day in the City of Industry.
Soon it will be here.
Soon I can compare the impound records from the shelter with the the health and well being of the cats rescued from the shelter as well as those still there.
Come on guys. Help get these cats out.
Some of them had signs on their cages that they could not be handled.
Of the ten that have been rescued, placed or waiting to be placed, not one is feral.
After five months in small cages many have withdrawn Ron says, but those who have been taken away and placed in a calmer environment, have returned to their normal domesticated selves.
It appears that in their eagerness to bust Mason, Animal Services also impounded 4-5 of the neighbor's cats. Ron says they don't care, they'll just get new ones.
It appears Animal Services made no attempt to contact neighbors who maye have been looking for their cats either. Can you imagine busting a cat feeder and not expect neighborhood cats to be their also?
Imagine, the neighbors made no attempt to locate these cats.