November 4th, 2004, 09:55 AM
Black cat named Shaka. Lost in Ile-Bizard on november 2nd. He seems black, but in the light, his fur is reflected as a brown. He does have a Tag but it seems like he may have lost it. He is an outdoor cat likes to follow people walking down the street. He hasn't returned home and that may be because of his collar missing. If you have any information please contact me at 514-626-9275.
November 4th, 2004, 10:57 AM
Please read this:
"WARNING!!Every borough of the West-Island is serviced by the SPCA, a HUMANE society. We, in Pierrefonds, had the SPCA forever until last August when our concillor, Monique Worth, changed the contract for a company named 'Patrouille Canine G.L.'. This company has a reputation of reselling healthy cats to research laboratories and the injured ones are simply put into gaz chambers. The same with dogs. The CBC Current Affairs Section, Newswatch aired a few years ago this company going into a hospital with carriers loaded with cats and walking out a few minutes later with empty carriers. They have them on film selling dogs and cats to a dog pound owner named J.P. Vincent who was bying more pets. Why would a dog pound owner want more animals?
A record + + + number of cats have disappeared from the area since this company has started working here. I have mentioned this to Pierrefonds Council but they just shrug it off and confirm that they are not changing the contract. They tell me they have spoken with them and are reassured of their integrity...
We can kick these people out of the West Island. I will be at Pierrefonds City Hall Monday night at 8 pm to address the situation. The Gazette, Chronicle, Suburban and CitÚs Nouvelles (possibly La Presse) will be there for this occasion. I am asking you to help and support me; otherwise, nothing will change for our pets that are our best friends.Pierrefonds City Hall is located on Pierrefonds boulevard slightly east of St-Jean boul., almost in front of a big high school, next to the fire station.I appreciate your support. Thank you. Susan Kiepprien. Tel: 514.620-3568