I really should do more cat blogging. All the cool bloggers do it. I mean, really, is there anything more precious than photos of cute kitties in a variety of playful poses? I can answer that for you… No, there isn’t.
Incidentally, do you always let other people answer your questions for you? Stand up for yourself for once! Get confident, stupid!
Anyway, back to cat blogging. Margaret Sue Jamel of Waukesha, Wisconsin loves cats so much that she decided she needed to keep more than 250 of them in her rental home. If only she were a blogger, she never would have run out of material!
“Cat neglect.” I believe that is punishable by death in California. If it were child neglect, she would get 30-days probation, because we all know that pets are actually more human than children.
Wall-to-wall urine and feces? Sounds like life on the road with a traveling rock band. Or a night at Sandy Duncan’s house.
“Horrible” is how animal caretaker Stacy Krafczyk described the 1,200-square-foot home from which she rescued cats on Friday night.
“You walk out of the house smelling like the house,” she said.
“Animal caretaker” Stacy Krafczyk did mention that she’d been waiting 7 long years for a chance to be quoted in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel adding that “there just aren’t that many opportunities for animal caretakers like myself to get the media attention we richly deserve.” Perhaps she should consider cat blogging. All the best bloggers do it.
Just one window was open, and more than a dozen cats were pressed up against its screen.
When humane officers entered the home, they found a bowl of water but no food for the dozens of cats that roamed freely throughout the house, including the basement. The stench was so overpowering that even respirators were unable to prevent officers’ eyes from burning and watering as they worked amid piles of cat feces and floors soaked with urine.
Some of the cats appeared to be suffering from respiratory ailments, and at least one was either unable or unwilling to move.
Here is an artist’s rendering of Margaret Jamel’s condition once authorities finally caught up with the cat lover (and potential future cat blogger!):
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