Dear fellow Residents,
This Block *** Community Cat was relocated to another part of ****** and it was most probably a resident of this block who did this cruel act!
Rocky was finally found after a month, hungry, frightened and having diarrhoea. He is now recuperating.
I appeal to this person to come forward and discuss what problems this cat had caused, if any, so that a humane solution can be found.
If you know of someone who might have committed the above-mentioned act, please contact me as well so that I can contact the person to discuss the problem.
I also appeal to residents not to lure any community cats upstairs so as not to cause inconvenience to other residents! Community cats should be fed downstairs only… and in a responsible manner, which means clearing any leftovers.
Removing a community cat and then dumping it somewhere else is a very cruel act as the cat will not be able to fend for itself. Furthermore, due to the vacuum effect, new cats will come in to take over the vacated territory!
As a volunteer for this neighbourhood, working together with the Cat Welfare Society and Town Council, I will try to solve any cat-related problems. Killing of cats has not reduced the stray cat population for the past 20 years but TnRm (Trap – Neuter – Return – Manage) works in stabilizing and, in the long-term, reducing the population.
Presently, 100% cat sterilization has been achieved in this neighbourhood, making it a better place for residents too. Tame, healthy and well-fed community cats provide companionship to children and elderly. These cats also create bonds b
etween the different races as they care for and love these felines.
If you have noticed, gone are the days of frequent caterwauling and mating cries at night disturbing residents’ sleep and kittens born only to suffer and die in the drains.
Volunteers like myself spend large amounts of money to sterilize these cats and keep them well fed and healthy. We bring the cats to the vet and try to nurse them back to health whenever they are sick or injured – all at our own expense!
Please feel free to call me at ******** if any of the community cats cause any problems. Alternatively you can contact Cat Welfare Society at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for taking the time to read this!