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Petaluma Animal Shelter Management
Petaluma Animal Shelter Manager Nancy Tavares Resigned
I think it was a serious mistake for the City of Petaluma to employ Nancy Tavares to care for our animals - an opinion shared by many Petaluma residents.
A starting point to making Petaluma an animal friendly city:
Animal shelter employees need to take courses in humane treatment of animals and if unwilling to conform, they should be terminated. Animal Shelter employees need to set an example for the rest of the population by promoting TNR for homeless and feral cats, educating the public about spay and neuter their pets, teaching respect for all animals.
People Making a Difference
Since the departure of the animal shelter management as mentioned above, new management has changed policies at the Petaluma Animals Shelter and our animals have a better chance to a good life.
Finally, I wrote a book about my life and how my animals helped me
during times of stress.
The book is "Ellevie"(pronounce: L V)
I wrote the book because I felt I had no voice and
I needed to tell others about my life story.
I had an important message to tell but no one had the time to hear.
For a while I really thought I was invisible. But my dogs could hear me.
The cats heard me.
With my book I want to educate some and perhaps inspire others.
Author: Marcelle Guy
Co-Author: G S Payne
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other book stores.
By Marcelle Guy
Tribute to Max,
Petaluma Police K-9
Petaluma Feral Cats
A Little Tabby
speaks for the feral cats of the world
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Content subject to change without notice. © Marcelle Guy 2014