I'll try her again this evening too.
  Several animal control agencies in the Bay Area actually notify their local 
feral groups when an ear tipped cat comes in.  Cats are actually pulled from 
animal control and returned to their colonies around here.  By comparison with 
what I hear about elsewhere, it's really impressive.

Kelley Saveika <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
  Hopefully she will call you back.  I'm glad there is good AC somewhere.  

  On 3/12/08, Susan Hoffman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:     I tried calling last 
night but got voicemail. Lefft my name and number but have not heard back from 
  I have always had a negative impression of ac too but I have seen really good 
rescue/ac working relationships in the SF/Bay Area and my local ac really 
impressed me with their light touch during my house fire in August and in the 
current dealings with a really ugly hoarder situation.  

Nina <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
    Thank you Susan and Kelley for your replies and concern.  I'm sure Sally 
will appreciate any help or advice you can give her.  I have an unreasonable 
fear of animal control, I think of them like I would the gestapo.  Sally 
doesn't seem to be panicking the way I might, but she is quickly taking steps 
to address any concerns they may have and to locate additional fosters for the 
cats in her possession. 
Say a prayer everybody,

    SHE HAS TO MOVE THE CATS.  I don't care if she has to board them, or 
whatever, but if AC has been there, they ARE COMING BACK.  For that matter if I 
absolutely had to I would let them outside to keep AC from getting their evil 
hands on them, but that would be a last resort...
  Please, for the safety of the cats, she has to move them.  
  Of course I am not in that area....but if she needs a shoulder to cry on I 
can call her tonight.  When will AC leave rescuers alone....

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area      From: 
Susan Hoffman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>      Date: 
Tue, 11 Mar 2008 13:24:10 -0700 (PDT)      To: 
felvtalk@felineleukemia.org          To: 
  California and Texas are really different.  We have very specific laws on the 
books governing seizures, very rescue friendly state laws.  Sally is in the San 
Jose area, about an hour south of me.  
  I'll call her and get some details.  I know California rescue law pretty 
well.  Let me find out what's going on here.  She is likely to have a grace 
period to improve conditions and network with other rescues to make 
arrangements for the animals.  But let me find out what's really going on.

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