Tuesday, March 27, 2007

The eleventh hour?

The saga of the complainant and the feeder continues. Apparently she has been told that the TC will be coming to trap the cats in the vicinity due to repeat complaints from the block. The feeder is now very worried and doesn't know what to do. She told me the complainant had also gone around with a letter asking people to complain about her.

I asked her if she had seen the MP as she had previously wanted to. She had not she said as she had been busy. Now she says she will go. She asked me again if I think the situation will get 'bigger' than it is now. I told her that I think it would be hard pressed to get any worse at this point - the cats are already going to be rounded up.

I spoke with another caregiver in the area who used to help her and says she is washing her hands off the feeder. She said the feeder does not take advice, tends to get into fights and that the situation had degenerated very badly she felt because of the way it was handled. The caregiver said that when she and another few people met to discuss the situation, the caregiver kept them waiting two hours. She said that only now when the cats are in imminent danger of being caught does she react.



Anonymous ej said...

oh no, the cats going to be rounded up?
any way to save them,Dawn?

27/3/07 4:37 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

ej - not if she doesn't do anything. She's basically the one they're complaining about. Right now it seems as if the MP has only heard one side of the story (the complainant's) and she needs to tell hers too.

27/3/07 4:51 PM  
Anonymous ej said...

Then she better act fast and be more accomodating. The cats should not be rounded up just because of her and the ong-going feud.
Wish she and the complainant would give and take, step back a little for the sake of the cats.

27/3/07 4:55 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Yes ej I agree. The other caregiver is getting quite annoyed as she says that she should have done something much earlier.

27/3/07 4:58 PM  

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