Friday, July 20, 2007

Always call when you lose a cat

It seems that some cats were trapped in a town council that agreed to leave the sterilised cats alone and to refer complaints to caregivers first. One of the caregivers called me and I asked if he had checked with the town council and the AVA. He said he had not done so as he thought the TC was not supposed to trap the cats.

Sometimes mistakes happen, or people don't follow instructions or something else may have happened, please remember, ALWAYS call the town council and the AVA to check if you lose any cats. That should be the first thing you do if you notice any missing cats.

I advised the caregiver to call his officer and he went off to do that.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Surferket said...

Some chap in TC trying to show he's on the ball handling complaints.
Feeders and caregivers don't complain so they are not important.
It's time for caregiver and feeders to show we are just as fierce as the anti-cat complainants who like to make lots of noise.

Any update on the big nose RC member w/o license and season parking tag?
Read the son of PM blew whistle on another white-horse who was given preferential treatment by his officers. If this RC member another white-horse?

20/7/07 8:47 PM  
Anonymous no patience said...

If your cat is missing, don't expect the TC or AVA to call you, you have to call them or the cat would be killed.

20/7/07 10:44 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

surferket - just gotten an update from the caregiver. One of the people from the CC counselled the RC member. He has told the caregiver if there are more problems to let him know. He also said that the RC member brought up the question of compensation and the CC person told the RC member to drop it.

Let's see how it goes from here on out!

no patience - absolutely right.

21/7/07 1:28 AM  
Blogger Surferket said...

LOL the RC member is asking for compensation so means his counseling session did no good.

Seems many think and equate caregivers and feeders not residents and tax payers.

Still interested in his not having road tax tag and season parking sticker up.

The minister who'd said it's alright not having them up on the windscreen also needs to be counseled.

21/7/07 9:24 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

suferket - the caregiver said that the manager mentioned to her that he had advised the complainant to park upstairs. The complainant then said he thought the cats were following his car upstairs apparently! The manager thought this was ridiculous. He told the caregiver he will ask his colleague who sits in on RC meetings to keep an eye on this guy.

23/7/07 9:57 AM  

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