Show your support at the meeting September 16!
LAS VEGAS,NV--Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani is advocating a code change that would make it easier for feral colony caretakers to get cats spayed, neutered and vaccinated.WE NEED YOU TO FILL THE SEATS AND GIVE US YOUR SUPPORT WITH YOU PRESENCE!!!
HELP US TO LEGALIZE FERAL CAT COLONIES!! When:
Tuesday, September 16 at 10:00 a.m.Where:
In the Chambers of the Clark County Commissioners
500 S Grand Central Parkway
Las Vegas, Nevada
You can call 702-455-3500 for directions.
You don't need to speak, your presence as a concerned citizen will speak for you! Spay Our Strays,
a local non-profit that rescues and educates the public about how to manage colonies has helped write the ordinance and would appreciate as many e-mails as possible to be sent to the Clark County Commissioners to show your support. Passage of this ordinance would allow us to go to churches, chamber of commerce, boy scouts and other community groups to educate them about the management of these useful animals. Which, because we have a rat surge, we also have a feral cat surge. They are useful as non-toxic, self sustaining rodent control. We appreciate your supportFerals Need Your Support!Make your voices heard and be counted on this important ordinance, call the hotline designated to let the officials know how you feel: (702) 594-1429
To reach the commissioners follow the easy instructions below and yes, there are 7 of them and they all need to get separate e-mails. But it can be the same one. Cut and paste. Please spend the time, this is so important because as Clark County Goes, 3 other small incorporated areas will follow. Click here to find the contact information for the City Commissioners & Manager of Clark Co.
To the left click on Commission & Manager scroll down past the
map to the list of the commissioners.
Click on each commissioners name to go to the page where you can click on their e-mail. Read the full story.Posted by Julie Snyder, Best Friends Networkupdated with information from Spay Our Strays Photo by Julie Snyder