Local police, humane society, and our county animal control refuse to get involved
I'd say it's time for the people in the neighborhood to clean up the place. What concerns me a little is what you said about the kids in the area working for the scum bags. What's up with that? Do their parents know/care?
posted on 02/19/2004 10:49:42 AM PST
My concerned neighbors and I did our best last summer and fall to let everyone else know what was going on, including addressing the issue in our monthly newsletters. Part of the problem is that many of the dwellings in our neighborhood are duplex rentals with a high turnover of neighbors. Keeping neighbors informed is a full-time job. I tried to follow the kid I caught home after he refused my offer to help him explain the situation to the police but he booked and I lost him. I let a lot of parents know at a few of the bus stops and was met with almost complete indifference. One woman actually said "Sounds like an afternoon job to me." Some people are just sick in the head, period. With spring just around the corner (LOL-this is Michigan, who am I kidding?) I have the feeling that a lot more pets are going to start disappearing.
posted on 02/19/2004 11:09:33 AM PST
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