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Where are our kitties?

 

Last updated 8/22/2018 at 10:12am



I am writing, hoping a sponsor or donor of the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary reads this and could find out and let us know what that "charitable" organization has done with our four mother cats.

Around the first of June, Janet Lecore offered to take the kittens as sanctuary inventory. She also proposed to take our adult cats to the vet to be neutered at below cost. During the next two days, Janet and her crew picked up most of the kittens and "Simba" and "Yackie," both solid black. Later, I delivered "Wacky" and "Princess" to the sanctuary, and was told that those four would be returned on Friday.

On each of the next two Fridays, one thing or another prevented the cats from being taken to the vet. On the third Friday we learned from Vicky that one of the mothers is pregnant, and that none of them is available. She said that the priority is to treat the kittens that have respiratory infection. She also said, "I have not seen any all-black cats."

Before the end of June, my wife and I were ordered by Vicky to leave the property "Or I am calling the cops."

Jeffery Jones

 
 

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MyOwnView writes:

If you look at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary website ( www.fallbrookanimalsanctuary.org ), you can look at their Adoptable Cats which then has a link to Adopt-A-Pet.com that shows adoptable cats from their organization. There are several all-black cats/kittens pictured there. Maybe the lost kitties are among them?? If so, maybe there was miscommunication about what was to be done with the cats?? Good Luck!

 
 
 

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