Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Princeton beaver-shooting case: stalled

More than 8 months ago, two beavers were shot and killed in a Princeton, NJ park. The shooter, who apparently had no authorization to kill the animals, was Princeton’s animal control officer, of all people.

Since then, though there's been talk of what’s happening with this case, in fact there’s been more talk than anything else. Investigations, reports, court dates . . . blah, blah, blah. . . and the shooter is still on the job doing heaven-knows-what-else with impunity.

For a run-down of “events” since May 13, 2011, click on the link below or, worst case, copy and paste it.


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SAVE THE DATE to save homeless cats!

Rain or shine on Saturday, January 28, the “Trenton Cats” organization will sponsor a Cat Adoption Day in support of the Trenton Animal Shelter. Scheduled at the Trenton Farmers Market on Spruce Street, Lawrence Township, the event will run from 11 am-3 pm.

These are cats who did not find loving homes for the holidays. In fact, some of them lost loving homes – they were abandoned at just the time everyone needs a warm home.

Besides adoptions, donations are also welcome.

Watch this blog for more details, and/or contact Sandra at TrentonCats@gmail.com.

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Reminder: You’re invited to take a look at my other blog,www.nj.com/pets. Read about hypoallergenic dogs and the last word on declawing cats.


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