Trap-Neuter-Return program benefits feral cats by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, May 2021) Anji Dunn and her boyfriend, Jesse Armaline, have been catching feral cats near their west side Cleveland neighborhood and bringing them to the Animal Protective League for months. To date, they captured and released more than eighteen cats from a colony of 25-30 strays. Others … Continue reading
APL URGED TO OFFER ASSISTANCE RATHER THAN ACCUSATIONS (Plain Press, July 2015) Late January 2015, the Cleveland Animal Protective League’s [possibly power driven] Chief Humane Investigator initiated a raid on the Cat Crossing, a public, non-profit 501(C) organization; a sanctuary/shelter for feral, stray, abandon, ill and recovering cats. The raid resulted in slanderous accusations against … Continue reading
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Saturday, January 19, 2013; Tails From the City’s cat shelter, Near West Side of Cleveland: Volunteers Peter Massaro and Ann Damon take care of the cats in the cages in the front room of the shelter.
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Saturday, January 19, 2013; Tails From the City’s cat shelter, Near West Side of Cleveland: Hershey, a cat socialized enough to roam free, sits atop a pillow by an upstairs window.