Linda Withrow Seely is working to Tell Greenville County, SC that killing kittens is wrong!

Linda Withrow Seely

First of all, the city council members should pass an ordinance that make it mandatory that cats outside running around off owner's property must be spayed and neutered. If not, citate them. The city of Greenville County, S. C, should help fund a spay n' neuter aprogram for the indigents. This is done
in other cities and is successful. Why should a kitten lose its life because of an irresponsible owner? In most states it is a state law
that any cat that is adopted from the shelter must be spayed or neutered. Call PETA in Norfolk, Va. I feel they will help you and help and maybe get a Spay n' Neuter program setup or offer to Greenville County, S, C, I feel that the city officials are not being kept aware of what is going on with the pet overpopulation problems in the community or they would be doing something about it.

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