Animal control officer won’t help reader
Duties of an animal control officer: removing abused and neglected animals from their homes; providing care for injured, stray, unwanted or ill animals; investigating cruelty cases; dog bite claims; wild animal encounters; and issuing citations when people do not adhere to the laws concerning animals.
Yet, I have called numerous times concerning the wild coyotes that are walking around like they own my back yard and have been told “there is nothing we can do.”
I have stray cats living under my house that have ripped up my furnace vents and are now living in them. This is creating health problems and some of my family, including my 3-year-old grandson, are allergic to cats. Breathing issues occur when my family tries to come and visit me. Not to mention now I have to replace all my furnace ducts and really can’t afford to do it.
I pay taxes in this county and I don’t understand why there isn’t any help when you need it. Do I wait until my grandson is in the emergency room from not being able to breathe due to allergic reaction to stray cats or do I wait until a coyote attacks my family, myself or my dogs?
Can someone please tell me who can help with this problem since obviously the service that is supposed to do it is useless.
We put them in; we can take them out
I read in the paper that all they got done down in Charleston was a seatbelt law. We have had a seatbelt law for about 15 years. It is up to you if you don’t put your belt on; you don’t need someone to tell you.
And up in Washington all they can do is talk about guns.
The whole U.S. is in a mess. Nobody will talk to each other. We need to replace every one that is in office. There are enough old people on Social Security to vote them out.
They said they wanted the pills off the streets but the pills are still out there, but all the old people can’t get any to help them live now.
So all I can say is we put you in office and we can take you out. We will remember you when it’s time to vote.