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  • t
    December 28, 2012 - 11:56

    "The house in the Placentia Bay area was “dilapidated, uninhabitable" This doesn't sound like the home of a mentally stable person. I agree that the cats needed to be removed and treated asap, but I hope that before charges are laid, the owner is assessed for competency. Some people are not able to take care of themselves, let alone pets, and don't have sense to realize it. However, if the person is found to be mentally competent, and knowing neglected the cats, then I'd hope to see legal action taken.

  • Leah
    December 28, 2012 - 09:58

    Oh my, innocent little cats. If pet owners cannot afford, or take the time and care, to get their pet neutered or spayed, then they shouldn't own a pet. This would control the cat and dog population a little, which is better than nothing. I still cannot get over Max, the older helpless dog, who was beyond help when finally rescued.

  • Geoff Chaulk
    December 28, 2012 - 07:24

    Another appalling situation involving mis-treatment of innocent, dependent animals. I note that SPCA volunteers were, once again, there to help. I think, we the people, should expect more of our tax dollars to go toward helping SPCA operations, especially in light of the new punishments for cases of animal neglect and down-right, cruelty.

    • we the people
      December 28, 2012 - 08:00

      No we don't.