Letters: Spay and neuter

Weekly letters to the editor from within the Sooke community.

License for a cat, no way! Do what should be done to your cats, neuter and spay. No more problems, your cat stays home.

I have a feral cat, which came to my doorstep, skinny, very much abused by someone, half an ear, butchered tail, ulcered eyes and so thin. He came every day, and my heart felt for him and I fed him.

The lady from SAFARS took him and had him spayed then brought him back to me. Now he is a complete “lap” cat, wishes to go nowhere, and only goes out to do his business, and never leaves the yard. Sleeps at the foot of my bed all night till 7 a.m. when I arise. Eats, goes out, back in and on my lap. So please, spay and neuter.

Lee Jensen

Sooke

 

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