This guy gets off the hook for more than half a million dollars in illegal dumping fines, and these people can't even get running water when they're paying their rent and doing everything right. Another sad example of our archaic justice system and the human landfills it protects.
This is incredible.
Bookmarking, thanks for the great resource
Politics aside, I'm just not a fan of the design on the side of the building. The old Raleigh heart mural on this wall was subtle, local and modern. This is loud, nostalgic, and irrelevant to the present landscape. I hope they update it eventually.
To follow up on my earlier comment: We took the cat we adopted from Goat House to the vet after reading about the health problems reported in this article. He is 100% healthy.
My boyfriend and I just adopted a cat from Goathouse 2 weeks ago. It is still too early to tell if he will ever be comfortable enough to come out of the little room we set up for him, and things like upset stomach are to be expected.
It does make me sick to my stomach, however, reading that someone else adopted an allegedly healthy cat from Goathouse that ended up having giardia, roundworms, an inflamed left eye infected by the herpes virus and stomatitis, especially considering the long road we had to take getting our first cat healthy after we adopted her from an animal shelter. We would have taken more precaution had we known about the history of illnesses that come out of Goathouse until we knew for sure whether or not he was healthy.
I will be devastated if he has a disease, especially if it is one that has potentially been transmitted to our healthy cat. Our appointment at the vet tomorrow can't come soon enough.
Scary and sad.
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