Kittens discarded on acreage

This letter is for the person who dropped off the three lovely longhaired kittens at our acreage in Morning Meadows Sept 22.

Dear Editor:

This letter is for the person who dropped off the three lovely longhaired kittens at our acreage in Morning Meadows Sept 22. We are in the process of taking the kitties to the SPCA. This is quite obviously something as a responsible cat owner, you should have done if you were unable to find a home for them.

In the future we sincerely hope that you will ensure your beautiful female cat no longer bears babies you are unable/not planning to take care of.

All of the people in our neighborhood that we have taken several hours out of our time to ask if they owned the beautiful kitties you dropped off are also hoping that you will be more responsible in the future.

Sheila Beaudoin

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