SEAACA inaction

Dear Editor:Wow! What a useless excuse for a service agency. I've got three less than 4-months-old kittens dumped into my yard by a feral (or almost feral) mother cat who has disappeared (probably run over by a car or whatever) and I ask for some help to get rid of them before they starve, or meet the fate of their mother, because I don't want them, and I'm not going to feed them. So, what answer do I get from SEAACA: well, you can rent, or buy, a cat trap, and bring them to us. Since when does the taxpayer who funds their organization have to do their work for them? But I bet they'll come out if these kittens happen to get run over; or, if they happen to experience some less-than-kind human interaction, there'll be a complaint to, and an arrest by, the Downey Police. But to pick them up now before they're way. Useless! Drew Kelley Downey

********** Published: September 20, 2012 - Volume 11 - Issue 23