help the feral and stray animals in Ross County Ohio

help the feral and stray animals in Ross County Ohio

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Katherine mayers started this petition to Ross County Humane Society. A 2308 Lick Run Road, Chillicothe, OH 45601

PLEASE HELP US!!

Please help change the way our laws are here in Ross County, Ohio! Stray and feral animals are looked upon as a nuisance and their lives are worthless and some humans think we are disposable!

We did not ask for this life some unfeeling humans left us out here to fend for ourselves! Momma cat is doing the best she can and these humans at this Plaza are trying to poison us instead of trapping and neutering/spaying us so we can live out our lives in peace! We do not want to keep reproducing and continue living a sad lonely existence! We don’t want to live in squalor and beg for food, or be mistreated! Being yelled at, have things thrown at us, and our babies disappearing one by one, we need forever homes and the only way this can happen is if some kind human takes the lead and helps us!  

We had this lady that was feeding us on a regular basis she would show up no matter what time of night it was or no matter what the weather was, just to make sure we had something to eat.  She always made sure that there was plenty of food and water and sometimes milk for all of us. She would come every night and sometimes twice a day, but then she went away because the Owners of the Plaza, Landmark Properties, and Employees of Ollies did not want her to feed us or Rescue us so she is no longer allowed to see that we have anything to eat because she was Banned from the property by Landmark Properties and the Police Department.

Please sign our petition so we can help these animals without fear of reprisal or being fined or put in jail because of our love for animals which is not a crime!!!

SO I AM BEGGING EVERYONE IF THERE IS SOMEONE OR AN ORGANIZATION WHO WILL HELP HER TO HELP US??

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