What’s one to do with lit­ter of stray cats?

Fraser Coast Chronicle - - OPINION | NEWS -

I RE­CENTLY moved to Bundy and I in­her­ited the pre­vi­ous owner’s cat. I have no de­sire to own a cat so I didn’t en­cour­age it.

As we are still set­tling in we had a rolled up mat­tress on the back porch which pussy used to give birth to her kit­tens.

I con­tacted the RSPCA, who told me it was a coun­cil matter.

The coun­cil told me to catch it and de­liver it to the an­i­mal pound.

The cat is not friendly and I am 83 – even at 23 I could not run a cat down.

The lady at the coun­cil could not give me any clues as to how I could catch the cat. So I said I would put the kit­tens out in the yard and let the mother de­cide what to do with them.

Seems a bit odd that all the peo­ple with the ex­per­tise and ex­pe­ri­ence don’t have any ad­vice for me. — JOHN STEEL Bund­aberg

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