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Old April 4th, 2005, 09:49 PM
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Saying "NO"

Originally Posted by Shannon83
(We are overloaded because the place where we are located keeps bringing us more and more cats (strays, abandonned, dumped by irresponsible owners). We do not have foster homes and do the best we can with the resources we have.)

You have to know when to put your foot down and can't blame others for it for having to many cats when you allow them to keep bring them, it's not hard to say No.
It is very hard to say "NO" when you are face-to-face with a poor little cat who reaches out from the trap and meows at you. I am able to say "NO" over the phone, but not when I see the desperation in their little eyes. It is for this reason that I am asking for help in placing some of our cats. Due to where we are located, we get to see many of the homeless cats and kittens that are picked up - they are not just a statistic. And once you have made eye contact .....
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