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Little Rickys Mom

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April 22nd, 2005, 11:54 AM
http://www.thesuburban.com/content.jsp?sid=73752630316489088711575861810&ctid=1000000&cnid=1003147


I hope this link works! I was reading The Suburban NewsPaper, they wrote an article about Little Rickys Mom. How she got fined not having a liscence for one of foster dogs!

Lil'RickyMom
April 22nd, 2005, 12:43 PM
Hey there.... Long time not been on here, and what do I see, my name... The picture sucks but the dog looks good!!

I am fighting this with the City, Barnotti from the SPCA is helping me. He is appalled, as he has NEVER given a dog tag to a "foster" family.

So you'll be hearing about me some more, I'm sure... Since the hearing, I've rescued 6 dogs. Like I'm really going to run out and get $150 worth of licenses for these dogs, 3 of them were adopted this week. The whole situation sucks big time. It's a crazy world.

I'm also losing 2 of my foster homes. If you know anyone who would like to do this, please send them my way. I need new foster homes or I will be extremely limited in what I can rescue.

take care

Prin
April 22nd, 2005, 05:59 PM
What about just buying a couple of licences and putting them on whatever dog you have? The info won't be right at the HQ but they won't check it...

Lil'RickyMom
April 23rd, 2005, 03:01 PM
Thought of that, but it kind of defeats the point I'm trying to make, plus it would mean a lot of running around for me. I can have up to 6 dogs spread out at one time, who may need to move to other temp places (as we all know a lot of running around goes on with last minute rescues), and I would make sure these tags get transferred from dog to dog, from foster home to foster home, etc... I'd rather keep on fighting... :evil:

Plus, what do I do if I say get 6 tags for the year, and end up rescuing another 2? Get another 2 tags? That's $200 a year I don't have to pour into Montreal's bank account.... :yuck:

But thanks for the advice. By the way, you can check out the article The Suburban newspaper (West End weekly paper) wrote about this whole situation at:

http://thesuburban.com/content.jsp?sid=47949458320241603141171404980&ctid=1000000&cnid=1003147

It's worth reading. I'm very happy with the article, especially the very last line!