Stop Township From Euthanizing Helpless Animals
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A resident in North Versailes is in need of your support. Last month, she worked with a rescue group that spayed/neutered and vetted a colony of cats that was dumped on her property. This was in response to complaints from those in her neighborhood, and the alternative to euthanizing 20 helpless animals. The chief of police and township were notified of this TNR (trap-neuter-return) project.
Thousands of dollars were paid out of the pockets of rescuers to help these cats. The smallest of the babies were taken in, vetted, and rehomed. The cats that could not be taken inside we're fully vetted and released. The owner of the property accepted full responsibility for feeding and caring for these animals.
Today, she received notice that she has 10 days to "get rid" of these animals, or else she will face a $1000 fine as well as possible jail time, as her animals are breaking a city ordinance. Her animals will also be trapped and exterminated if not moved.
There is nowhere for these animals to go. They are not harming anyone. They are vetted and vaccinated, and not aggressive to people. They simply want to be left alone to live what is left of their lives and receive a little bit of love from their caretaker.
We are asking for support from anyone who agrees in changing this ordinance so that these animals can be kept safe. Please sign, share and show your support for those who do not have a voice.
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