A gentleman writes in claiming his intent was not to attack the Humane Society and even goes on to tell them to keep up the good work. In the next breath, he thinks it would be great of more people and businesses would devote their time and money of this magnitude to other causes (not animals). Are you kidding? If this "magnitude" was as great as you think it is, the Humane Society wouldn't have to keep asking for food donations, money, sales, etc., so indicated in a previous letter.
Not to keep repeating, but people are the cause of cats "being allowed to run wherever they feel like."
Gee, if a cat had a choice as to use a litter box in a nice warm home or do its business in your backyard, which do you think it would choose?
If the day comes and the county does decide to license cats (which is OK by us), do you really think the price of a dog tag would decrease? Unbelievable.
Joe and Pam (Gray) Presnell,