Sunday, August 17, 2014

Pacoima CA: I need anyone with a colony to step up and take one or two TNR ferals

  1. Pacoima is a community in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles...Wikipedia
From: Kathryn Hargreaves <>
Date: Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 2:05 PM
Subject: Pacoima, CA -- I need anyone w a colony to step up and take one or two TNR ferals

I am not the contact.   Please contact Jan, who is networking for the original caretaker (who is moving and has health problems).   

Spread the word, and seriously consider having a built-in rat controller in your backyard!    Ferals are easy!   Tell your family, friends, and neighbors!

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From: Jan Reesman gmail [LAfeeders] <>
Date: Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 10:38 AM
Subject: [LAfeeders] I need anyone w a colony to step up and take one or two TNR ferals
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Dear Fellow cat rescuers..

This is a BLAST to help 32 TRN's to be relocated from Pacoima, Ca.  NOW

I am not surprised to hear that some "rescuers" rather go on the attack instead of trying to help..

I have been in the situation where I had to relocate 40 TNR…  safely..  It was hell, but I did it..
(thank u Paula)

I have a small yard colony and do not need more but am taking two from this fellow feral rescuer.

She had had so many dumped on her over the years,, I mean DUMPED.. from other rescuers..

Now she is moving and they will be left behind in Pacoima, Ca    Not an easy place to go feed if they are left cause they mainly stay in the yard.. The new owners will have them destroyed.

WE only have two weeks…  please spread the word and stay positive! Maybe u know someone !


Jan Reesman    =^,,^= cat link.. watch
310 739-7334
The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
                                             -Mahatma Gandhi

Posted by: Jan Reesman gmail <>

Kathryn Hargreaves
Go Get a Life---Go Get a Shelter Animal!

If you can't adopt, then foster a "bottle baby" shelter animal, to save their life.  If you can't bottle feed, then foster an older or special-needs animal, to save their life, and to free up cage space for another life.

Ask your local animal pound to start saving over 90% (and as high as 99%) of their intake by implementing the No Kill Equation:  Here's a list of communities saving 90% or more of their shelter intake:, with special notice to:  More fun reading: More fun watching: and