2 thoughts on “LMAS Rainbows — 01/17/2011

  1. Okay, I am personally upset by the fearful ones or “behavior observed” cats being ET. Here is my question: when they shelter is at 350 animals and over capacity, what do they do TODAY at this time, before a new director or new funding? Do they continue to go over capacity beyond what they have food to feed or crates and kennels to house and foster parents to come forward and adopters to take them? What do we do TODAY? I don’t know how to prevent euthanasia at MAS today. I can’t take any more as I am at my capacity to feed and provide for.

  2. LMAS staff could allow some of these animals to be adopted. On multiple occasions the past two weeks, they’ve refused to move some animals to rescue organizations for silly reasons.

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