Causing distress

Someone’s been relocating cats in Kitimat; 132 have been reported missing in the last six months.

She said some residents may be fed up with cats “making a mess of their gardens.”

Baumbach urged neighbours to discuss the situation at hand before transporting the felines to the other side of town.

“You can by law be charged under the provincial cruelty animal act because you are causing distress in a domestic animal,” she said. “We understand that cats can be a problem, but we can help people come to some sort of solution.”

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