Caboodle was one of my FB friends..I thought/read someplace there was help at 
CR. No way one person can cope with that many..many times hoarders do fool the 
authorities and the public, I've seen it hapen..lets face it; we, even if all 
we do is take care of the animals, have more complicated lives than a pet. So 
at any time something can go wrong, financially, personally, healthwise..and 
that is other people should take charge.
Having the land and best intentions is a great start but much more is needed.
I do rescue, have a license and am now starting the paperwork to be non-profit, 
all this while I learnt that is what has to come first, then one can start 
looking for volunteers and plan ahead, ie ten years from now. I know CR was 
nonprof so what happened to the Board and volunteers he should have had to get 
that status?
I'm very sorry for the cats that paid_and the people that entrusted their lives 
to the sanctuary_for that mistake.
Another cautionary tale though unfortunatly very well based on reality.

--- On Thu, 3/1/12, <> wrote:

From: <>
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Caboodle Ranch - Another "sanctuary" owner charged with 
Date: Thursday, March 1, 2012, 5:22 AM

When I first heard about Grant's place, I thought that it would bea good place 
to send my babies when I passed.  Thank God I changed my mind.  I have since 
fond a "good" place for my children.  If I see just a tad abnormal dischage 
from their eys, i is off to the vet.  How could he let them get so sick?  I 
know that with that many cats, he prpbably ran out of time and money to care 
for the, but he should have admtted he needed help for the sake of the cats.

---- Beth <> wrote: 
> When will people learn not to "dump" their animals at these 
> "sanctuaries"??????????
If you have sent cats to Caboodle call 
212-876-7700 ASPCA Head Office for further information in the 
Agencies assisting the ASPCA on scene 
include: Atlanta Humane Society (Atlanta, Ga.); Bay Area Disaster Animal 
Response Team (Belleair Bluffs, Fla.); Cat Depot (Sarasota, Fla.); Florida 
Animal Response Coalition (Bushnell, Fla.).
Celene Albano 
HPR Rescue 
501c3 Non-Profit.
Tax ID # 42-169-3737

Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter!

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