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print email Source: Editorial: Guilty verdict reached in neglect, animal cruelty case
Yes, I do realize that.
November 23, 2013 | 09:06 AM

Yes, I am aware of that. That might account for the cats that were in the 2.5 to 3.5 range. But what about the 21 that were starved? I do consider a 1 to 2 rating starved. And unless the Lee's had a massive intake very recently I don't see how anyone could account for 21 of them being starved to that point. How many of these cats were immediate intakes? I have never had a cat or dog that came to me thin that wasn't approaching a healthy weight within a month.

I do know some people from the rescues that came in to save some of the animals that were in animal control when the Lee's cats were at intake point. They saw some of the Lee cats and I heard some verbal confirmations that what the Corydon Democrat reported were accurate. Thus, this in part confirmed my opinion on Frisky Felines from the beginning.

I still have NO idea what you mean by a charity that goes on a raid. No animal rescue went in the Lee's. What are you talking about? Are you referring to rescues? There was child welfare, animal control and the sheriff's department from my understanding. None of these would be defined a charity. Feel free to elaborate because I have no clue who you are referring to.

So, Mr Kirby, what has been your involvement with the Lee's? And since you seem to feel that this is appropriate what is your connection to rescue within this community?

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