Pack Of Loose Dogs Kill Beloved Cat

Put the dogs down

Calvin, a large cat who was well known to everyone at Robert Down Elementary School, was in the driveway of the house where he lives on 13th Street when two Siberian huskies attacked him. Calvin was seriously injured in the attack and underwent surgeries to try to bring him back to health.

The owner of the huskies, Carolina Shea, was issued a notice to appear in court on a citation for dogs at large,

Pack Of Loose Dogs Kill Beloved Cat

Convicted Cat Abuser Steals From Elderly P.G. Man

No one wondered back then how the cat lady could afford to feed 50 animals. The BMW SUV raised questions though.

Ilagene “Jeanie” Quaglia is accused of stealing from a 82-year-old Pacific Grove man who she cared for and managed his rental properties.

After a six month investigation, prosecutors charged Quaglia with three felony counts of elder theft, forgery, and identity theft. The neighbor believes the 61-year-old woman may have stolen more than $100,000.

Quaglia is on probation after pleading guilty to animal cruelty charges two years ago. Humane officers found 48 dogs and cats living in filth inside her Monterey home. When they arrested her at work, she had a cat locked in the trunk of her car. The Monterey house was condemned.

Convicted Cat Abuser Steals From Elderly P.G. Man

Pet Hoarder Discovered On Fountain Ave

The animals will get first rate care, what about the people living in the house?

A small historic home in Pacific Grove was declared uninhabitable Wednesday after authorities found it crammed with dogs and cats in “shocking” conditions, the SPCA for Monterey County said.

The house was cluttered with piles of clothing, trash and garage, along with feces and urine, the SPCA said.

There were 18 dogs, including four small puppies, locked in three small back rooms. The stench of ammonia from urine was so strong that fire officials recommended that animal rescuers use protective gear.

Two cats were also taken from the home in the 400 block of Fountain Avenue.

Pet Hoarder Discovered On Fountain Ave

Man Trapping Cats In P.G.

He thought they were feral strays. Right.

The man trapping cats and turning them in may have run afoul of a Pacific Grove ordinance prohibiting the trapping of domestic cats, said Elizabeth Yeo, city animal control officer. His case has been referred to City Attorney David Laredo for review.

The law does not allow domestic cats to be trapped, but does allow trapping of feral cats by the city if authorities are notified first, Yeo said.

She said the trapper in this case did not appear to be acting maliciously, thought he was trapping feral cats, and was unaware of the municipal ordinance.

Man Trapping Cats In P.G.

Sicko Poisoning Cats

Believing her cat’s death was accidental, Edwards consoled herself with the company of her other cat, Todd. But a few days after Lily’s death, the manager of Edwards’ apartment complex said she had discovered a black styrofoam meat tray with antifreeze in one of the complex’s flower beds.
“I picked it up and threw it away,” said the woman, who declined to be identified.

Then, the manager found a tin pie tray filled with antifreeze on a trail behind the apartment complex – an obviously intentional act to kill animals.

Sicko Poisoning Cats

Fire In Apartment – Cat Bed Next To Heater

Kitten Makes Fire

They knocked the flames down quickly enough to prevent their spreading to the downstairs unit or the detached apartment to the rear, according to Gunter. No one was injured, and the occupant’s four cats also escaped unharmed.

Although they were innocent bystanders, the cats are indirectly responsible. The resident had built a plywood contraption to hold catnapping baskets in the sun room, and a piece of the wood was quite close to the electric wall heater, according to Gunter, who investigated the cause and origin of the blaze.

Fire In Apartment – Cat Bed Next To Heater

Cat Owners Just As Crazy

Dog owners not alone .

Declawing.

Modesto police are blaming a scratching cat for an accident that toppled a power pole and shut down a street for nearly an hour.

A police sergeant said Friday that a woman was driving with a cat in her lap. The animal scratched her, and she drove into the pole.

The woman suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital. The cat was taken to a vet to treat an injured eye.

Cat Owners Just As Crazy

Charlie the Holman’s Cat Dies From Cancer

Charlie the cat had developed a huge fan base and was featured in numerous cat publications, including a full-page photo that graced a magazine called Cats & Kittens.

Charlie the cat even had his own bank account, which was spawned after customers at the Holman Building started making contributions for Charlie’s upkeep. Withdrawals from the account involved getting Charlie to “sign” the withdrawal slips with a paw print.

And though he was a glamor puss, Charlie still had a bit of the tom in him, serving as the ferocious watchcat against the dogs who might wander into his turf.

Charlie the Holman’s Cat Dies From Cancer