ABANDONED CATS AT LAX EXPANSION
From: Catherine Borrego
Sent: Sunday, May 04, 2008 6:45 AM
Subject: Lax expansion program abandoned pets!!!Urgent!!!!
Hi rescue friends. This email is a plea to the cat rescuers to help in this situation
I was in the neighborhood that has been designated as the new LAX expansion area. It was suddenly apparent that this area was spotted with pets left behind. The neighbor hood homes have been purchased by Lax and are either unoccupied or have already been demolished for land clearing purposes. The cats are numerous. I have befriended one mama cat who is in bad shape and will adopt her immediately. But there are too many to list.
One drive through the area at dusk will show the task at hand. I know there is a group of kitties that have been fenced in with no way out and they looked like they were in hunting mode.
Many of the cats are pets and are as sweet as punch and many are or are now feral. The one thing we may have in our favor is time. We could collect them over the next few months.
Mary and I will do our part to rescue the dogs. This email is a plea to the cat rescuers to help in this situation. This cats will become land fill or will ultimately scamper to safety of the 405 freeway or Century Blvd.
The quadrant border of the neighbor hood is La Cienga Blvd - Airport Blvd, Arbor Vitae-Century Blvd. This is Westchester of Inglewood. Right on the border.
Please circulate to all rescue partners. I would be glad to assist anyway I can.
Mary Chatman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Borrego: email@example.com