* FIND KITTENS: PAY UP OR FACE CHARGES!

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“IMPERFECT SELF DEFENSE”?

From the LNP article, “Lancaster man jailed up to 4 years in plea deal for 2018 homicide,” (click here).     

*     I just don’t even have time to deal with this disturbing nonsense today! “Imperfect self defense?” Could someone define that? OMG!
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WHAT WERE HER OPTIONS?   

   This comment is under LNP’s lead story today about seven kittens, “Woman avoids charges after abandoning 7 kittens outside Pet Pantry of Lancaster County,” (click here).

          Yes, that is exactly what they did  From the Pet Pantry Facebook page there is this (click here):
     This left us with a choice to either press charges against them, or to educate them on the issues we face in the situation along with the danger it posed for the kittens. Rather than press charges we have chosen the latter. We’ve explained our position in this situation and they will be giving us funds in order to cover partial care for these kittens.
      Educate her on what issues? She found kittens and didn’t want them to die and they forced her to pay rather than press charges? Charges for what? This whole thing is just over-the-top and stupid. And the commenter nails it!

2 Responses to * FIND KITTENS: PAY UP OR FACE CHARGES!

  1. Becky says:

    Cats in Pequea are one of the topics in today’s Watchdog column. And there are these quotes:

    “The finder should file found reports with local police, shelters, post on social media and contact individual shelters/rescues for any potential available space for intakes should they not be able to keep the cats,” Gillian Kocher, public relations director for the Pennsylvania SPCA, said. “If no owner comes forward, then they can attempt to find a home on their own ensuring they ask any potential new homes about past pet ownership and vet care.”

    This woman is out of touch with reality!

    Lancaster Watchdog: Police search for potato dumper, stray cats in Pequea Township

  2. Anonymous says:

    But it is legal to abandon a baby in a police station in Pennsylvania….Go figure.