A news release from Alley Cat Allies indicates more than 40 cats have been removed since last month, when a couple of dead cats were located on the property after residents received a letter asking them to put out trays of antifreeze for the cats to consume.
Property management says the letter did not come from them, but likely from a disgruntled resident.
Attorney Liz Holtz represents Alley Cat Allies…
The cats are being relocated to the Tri-Lakes Humane Society’s no-kill shelter in Reeds Spring, and are being spayed and neutered with the hope of finding them new permanent homes.
The nonprofit group contributed 2-thousand dollars to the effort after learning about the situation through national media.