Caregiver meeting with the MP
Unfortunately it seems as if the meeting with the MP in this case did not go well. The caregiver saw the complainant at the same session. The MP did tell the caregiver that sterilised cats were not to be removed and he looked taken aback to find out that all the cats there WERE sterilised.
According to the caregiver, the MP did not seem to really be listening to their concerns on the complainant's behaviour. She said there was a big crowd to see him and he seemed pressed for time. All he said was that he would get someone to counsel the RC member. The caregiver also raised the issue of the road tax and season parking to him. The MP just commented that you only need road tax when you drive into Malaysia and that there is no need for a season parking disc either. It's interesting that what the MP said directly contradicted what the official policy is. Are there different rules then for different people? Or can everyone who drives not have a road tax or season parking label?