The column that says Bryan Real had a pounding headache today and could not make 92.1 FM at noon, and we are the loser because his cause had one heckuva week with the Back to School bash on Thursday at the Riverfront in Bridgeton, and if he had to miss one or the other, let it be delaying telling the world.
By Jack Hummel
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Once again, anger is misplaced with the problem of too many stray cats and dogs in the county.
Not to mention pit-bull fighting.
“Counties have SPCA except Salem.
“Why is Cumberland County contracting for Waterford Township, which is Camden Conunty, and other towns when they have to kill for space.
“How about sticking to Cumberland County ONLY and not try to be a big shelter. Less animals will be killed. SPCA is NOT a business and should not, and never be run like one.
“Just for the year 2015, 1,451 cats were killed at Cumberland..The statistics are shocking.”
— Gail Ward
Why shocking, Gail?
It’s a reflection of your county, that has 2 million stray cats running around.
Apparently, your quest to end this lopsided statistic isn’t working.
You blame the SPCA?
That’s like blaming the prisons for criminals.
“But the main problem is people not spaying/neutering their furbababies.
“And your backyard breeders and puppy mills. Write your legislators and DEMAND breeders be licensed by the state and shut down ALL puppy mills.
“Write your congressmen and DEMAND this all over the country. We can all make a difference by emailing, calling our lawmakers and demand they introduce these bills.
“They work for us, remember? We need these laws to better protect and help the furbabies.
“Be their voice … WE ARE THEIR VOICE!”
— Gail Ward
Use your feet and your mouth.
Two New Jersey state troopers discovered nearly $3 million worth of heroin in a tractor-trailer.
They had stopped the truck for a safety inspection on Interstate 78 in Greenwich Township, Warren County. They found 36 kilograms of heroin inside the trailer.