We have another update on the Nancy Segula from Garfield Heights illegal stray cat feeding story. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail (to be reviewed) for being in contempt of court for disobeying a court order to not feed stray as it is illegal to feed ferals and strays in Garfield Heights. The authorities removed the cats from her care and there was a question as to what might happen to the cats. Well we have this update from cleveland.com in the form of a video.
DON’T FORGET TO PUT THE SOUND ON BY CLICKING THE SOUND ICON AT BOTTOM RIGHT OF THE VIDEO. THE VIDEO ALSO CONTAINS SOME INTERESTING GENERAL INFO ABOUT THIS VIRAL STORY.
With 4 cats fed by Garfield Heights woman who was given 10 days in jail. Hannah Drown is at the rescue agency to learn more about the cats and their future. What do you think about her 10-day jail sentence? What would you like to see happen with the cats? Let us know in the comments.
Posted by cleveland.com on Thursday, 1 August 2019
This is obviously good news. Someone criticised me for me naive in believing that the cats in the care of Nancy Segula would or might be treated decently and with kindness. It seems I was right at least to a certain extent because there are more than four cats and we don’t what is happening to the others. Let’s hope the other are treated in the same way. If I hear news I will pass it on.
Comment on Facebook about the video:
Rob Bowers · Good luck on the adoptions. It is a shame that Garfield Hts felt they had to be so harsh to a lady that tried to help defenseless cats! Such irony that the city has the name Garfield in their name!
The name Garfield Heights is ironic because of the Garfield cat cartoon series which was very popular.