Ann Kalmey just can’t stand to see any more lost animals wandering around, or worse, on Zaring Mill Road.
“If these cats could talk, they’d say, ‘We just want to go home,’” she said. “These are lap cats, not wild cats or outside cats, but lap cats.”
Kalmey is referring to the latest group of cats to be dumped near her home, out in the country.
Kalmey said she and her neighbors found a large group of cats in a field near a brush pile to be burned by another farmer.