The Lincoln County Humane Society is asking for assistance from the public
October 25, 2013 (St. Catharines, ON) - The Lincoln County Humane Society is asking for assistance from the public in finding out who dumped 4 kittens in a clothing donation bin on October 23rd or 24th.
LCHS officer’s, responding to a complaint of abandoned kittens, rescued 2 kittens after a complainant heard them crying out. The 2 clothing donation bins at Lake Street and Lakeshore Road in St. Catharines, were searched, after cutting the locks off, officers also listened for more cries. Although nothing could be found officers knew that the Canadian Community Support Foundation would be removing the cloths soon to inspect each bag.
Early this morning 2 more kittens were found, confined to a sealed garbage bag. The kittens were taken into LCHS care and reunited with their siblings. Although dirty and scared the 4 kittens are doing well and will be placed up for adoption in the coming weeks.
Anyone with information on the owner of the kittens, or who put them into the bin is urged to call the Lincoln County Humane Society at 905-682-0767 ext 0.
The Lincoln County Humane Society is a registered charity in the province of Ontario and relies on the generosity of donors and supporters to continue to provide care for the thousands of animals it receives each year. The LCHS employs 19 staff and has over 100 volunteers. Among the staff are 2 Ontario SPCA Inspectors and 1 Ontario SPCA Agent who perform cruelty investigations and have police powers where animals are concerned, under the Ontario SPCA Act.