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Those who volunteer to care for such cats by giving them food and water, also have found ways to provide outside shelter that offers protection from the elements.
“You can make a stray cat shelter by doing something as simple as taking a large plastic Rubbermaid tub, turn it upside down, cut a hole in the side, and fill it with straw,” said Jill Borkowski, marketing director of Humane Ohio, a non-profit organization that offers low cost spay and neuter service for cats.
Eric Hise, owner of the Bharmacy, 621 Main Street, says in his complaint filed Dec. 5 with the Ottawa County Common Pleas Court that Mayor Mark Williams “…dislikes the Plaintiff for the exercise of his free speech and disapproves of alcoholic consumption and has with malice implemented an official Village of Genoa policy to enter business establishments serving alcohol; and has specifically instructed his police to harass the Plaintiff and his customers by repeatedly visiting his establishment without warrant or legitimate complaint.”
The non-profit group wants to reach its goal of fixing up to 1,400 cats in the area covered by the zip code, according to Jill Borkowski, marketing manager of the group.
“The special spay/neuter program for the 43605 zip code has been ongoing since 2007 and will continue until it reaches 1,400,” said Borkowski. “We’ve fixed about 600 so far, so we have approximately 800 to go.”
Jeff Bodi, 23639 W. State Route 51, told the township board of trustees Monday that items such as trailers and snowmobiles at the property are still being stored outside, which is a violation of the township’s zoning resolution.
Gift cards may seem like the perfect holiday present, unless you’re left holding cards from Sharper Image, Bombay Company, Levitz, company-owned Bennigan’s restaurants and other failed or financially ailing businesses.
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