Ask Dr. Richards

October 2007 Issue

Ask Elizabeth: 10/07

It all started innocently enough, when he started feeding the strays in the neighborhood and took in a pregnant cat, which soon gave birth to six kittens. Then the neighbors started coming to him with stray kittens they found. He meant to find them all homes of their own, but good homes were hard to find. Now, he has so many cats that he canít afford to have them neutered (which means the population has been growing astronomically). Theyíre not receiving any medical care, so some of them are sick, and itís all he can do just to feed them each day. The neighbors are trying to have him evicted and I canít say I blame them. I donít know how to help him, but I do know something needs to be done!

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