Sunday, November 30, 2014

Douglasville GA: URGENT cat situation

When Missi looked in the window, one of the cats had a plastic cup that had split open latched around its neck (she managed to get a back door open and got in to free the poor thing).

From: c pq <cpqcpq6@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 1:23 PM
Subject: Douglasville, GA - URGENT situation
To: "C. Pq" <cpqcpq6@yahoo.com>


There's a down-and-out lady that takes care of a bunch of cats, most of whom were dumped, or found their way to her trailer. The lady was put into the hospital a few weeks ago, and while she was gone, the people who were 'supposed' to take care of them did not come. Consequently, many of the cats were locked inside the trailer and were lunging at the window when a concerned neighbor (Missi) went over there to check on things because cats (the ones who had not been locked inside) were suddenly gathering on her porch, looking for food.
The cats who had been locked in had destroyed the inside of the trailer, ripping into bags of sugar and flour in an attempt to get something to eat. When Missi looked in the window, one of the cats had a plastic cup that had split open latched around its neck (she managed to get a back door open and got in to free the poor thing).
The cats who had not been locked inside were the lucky ones that had been going to her house for food. Missi continued to put out food for them until the lady came home from the hospital this past Wed.
Missi went over to talk to her when she came home, and it was obvious that the lady has numerous problems (health and otherwise), so it won't be long before she's either back in the hospital or maybe worse. Her situation is out of control. There are kittens running around, so she has not fixed the cats.
Missi is desperate to find help for these cats as she has her own animals and cannot be caring for any more. And the lady in the trailer wants help. She says only 3 of them are hers, so she would be more than happy for someone to take the others. Missi says the cats are beautiful, and they really need homes.
...If anyone can help these cats please contact Missi, and she will fill you in on the details.
Thanks!