4 comments to “Angel, Vanilla, Milly & Freddie – cute little kittens who didn’t stand a chance”

  1. christy | December 18, 2012 | Permalink

    People have to tell the pounds and the councils what they want not the other way round. There is no point getting angry and not doing anything send them an email telling them how totally unacceptable behaviour this is to treat your animals and your rate payers in your community like this and you want to meet and discuss a way to stop this from happening again.

  2. Leigh Hyland | December 18, 2012 | Permalink

    I fear that cat flu is the easy out for some organisations, makes the stats look better if they are killed due to ‘health issues’. Soon people wont take animals to welfare organisations because welfare seems to be a bastardised term.

  3. Mandy | December 21, 2012 | Permalink

    I had a cat that rejected her kittens so I was left with hand feeding them, with a baby of my own it was just too much. I didn’t even bother with the council, I rang all the vets in my local area until I found one willing to take them on. Luckily they had a cat that was willing to adopt them, the kittens then went on to homes of their own. It didn’t cost me anything and I was able to ring them often to check how they were getting on, a much better option than going to the council where you don’t know what will happen to them.

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