Owned Cat Trapped by Police, Taken to Cat Killing FacilityPosted: April 22, 2015
The most recent yearly report posted for Baldwin Co Animal Control facility in Alabama is 2012. That year, the county took in 2526 cats, killing 2304 of them – a kill rate of 91% for cats. Clearly killing is the default for cats at the Baldwin Co pound and it is a rare event for any cat to leave the facility outside of a garbage bag.
Kiki, as pictured on al.com.
Tragically, as if there aren’t enough cats already being killed at the facility, the Foley police department traps cats upon request and takes them to the Baldwin Co pound.
Foley pet owner Diana Rohe thought her 10 year old cat named Kiki had gotten lost in January. She searched the neighborhood for weeks and offered a $1000 reward for Kiki, whom she had rescued as a kitten. It turns out, Ms. Rohe’s neighbor had complained to the Foley…
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