From the "Advocates for Dekalb Animals" Facebook page: "The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners voted [Feb. 26, 2013] to award LifeLine Animal Project the contract to operate the DeKalb County Animal Services shelter. This is a huge undertaking and one we have hoped for - for a long time.
From the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association (MANA): Received the following message from our neighbor on Scott Circle . If you see Annie or know where she might be, please contact owner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770 598 4678. "I have lost my grey cat - she is mostly grey with some white and about 2 1/2 years old. I live on Scott Circle across from the park. The last time I saw her was yesterday morning. She won't wear a collar and manages to lose it every time I put one on her.
From the county CEO's office: "Breeze is a lovable lady who has been at the DeKalb Shelter for almost two years. She is a favorite among the staff and volunteers. Breeze knows how to sit and lie down on command. She likes attention even more than treats! Constantly happy and ready for anything, as long as it's with you. A free training package is included with adoption. She is medium/small - big enough to wrestle with, but small enough to curl up in your lap. Breeze is not mean, but she will not be bullied either. She will thrive as an only dog or with another submissive dog."
Periodically we receive complaints about unsupervised pet dogs or cats. In the case of cats being allowed to roam free into other people's yards, there are reports that the cats attack or kill birds attracted to feeders and/or defecate in gardens. Recent news reports about the previously underestimated extent of cats' predations on native wildlife extend these concerns to our natural areas. Conversely, people have also voiced concern about the cats themse
From the Druid Hills Civic Association: The Druid Hills Civic Association is sponsoring a meeting [open to any interested parties] on January 29, at 7:30 p.m., for a discussion on coyotes living within intown communities in Atlanta. The meeting will begin with three speakers:
Dear neighbors, Will you please let me know if you see my missing cat? She is a very slender black-gray-white striped tabby who is very vocal. She slipped out of the house on Tuesday evening, January 1st. Thanks in advance.
From our neighbor in Clairmont Heights via MANA pet bulletin: I have found the sweetest cat and I know she must be missed by some loving family. She is a very friendly gray and gold colored calcio. She was found in the 600 block of North Superior Ave. A friend who lives in Heritage Heights has the cat at her house. If anyone knows a family who is missing a sweetheart of a cat, please call me at 678 -591-7614. Thanks, Lynn Adams.
From Lisa CrowderMedlock Animal Neighbors via the Medlock Area Neighborhoood Association: Hi Everyone, This was posted this morning on the Laurel Ridge YahooGroup. He is apparently missing from Harcourt Dr, which is over near Shamrock (Druid Hills Middle School). "My parents' Jack Russell is visiting and disappeared yesterday. He is about 12 years old and may be a little confused. He is white with black spots and wearing a blue collar. If you see him, or have any information, will you please contact Sam at 404-210-0111 or Brad at 404-931-0334"
Update: Good News - Older Beagle (Wishbone) Dad picked her up last night (September 9). Thanks to all for helping and to Julia for looking after Wishbone.
From the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association: Hi Everyone, This morning an older beagle joined me and my 3 dogs on our morning walk near the corner of Desmond and Sunnybrook. He's very friendly and well taken care of but he is not wearing a collar. I've attached a photo to help with his identification. If you have any information about him, please e-mail or give me a call at (404) 326-1513. Thanks, Julia