Dead Animals :(

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This is my first post, so hello! I wish it were a more positive post but anyway, I'm fairly new to the neighborhood. I came home tonight, and there is a dead cat in the road. It wasn't run over, at first I thought it was just sleeping, but then realized that it wasn't. Does anyone know if I can contact the city or anyone to come pick up the dead kitty? I'm a cat lover.. I can't bear to even try to dispose of it. Any thoughts or suggestions would be helpful.

Thanks

26th District's picture

You can contact 311 and have the sanitation department come out and remove the animal.

rinobio's picture

I would recommend taking the kitty to ACCT 111 Huntingaprk ave - it tales several hours at best for the oick up =( you can probably get some one brave to help you with a shovel and a box they will take care of the body for free there - other wise I believe there is a cahrge assocaited with the pick up

newfish's picture

Trash pickup is tomorrow.

Lauraska's picture

newfish wrote:
Trash pickup is tomorrow.

Wow.

stein's picture

circle of life.

Ken Milano (before he went and edited this comment out to avoid the consequences of having wrote it) wrote:
I don’t have much sympathy for renters, for me, they are non citizens

matinee1dol's picture

newfish wrote:
Trash pickup is tomorrow.

not cool

rinobio's picture

truly the value the value we place on another is that which we place on ourselves.All things being cyclical do as you would till your path leads you a higher plain no more no less. I have faith in that.
But sure if you are in a place where an innocent to you is the same as a non recyclable that is where one is- and from that point is where you grow, not any where greater.

CrustyZombie's picture

I can already see this thread spiralling downward into great hypocrisy

ThatGirlWithTheFunkyGlasses's picture

Oh that's nothing. My neighbor has had a dead a cat hanging off the underneath of his suv for over a month now. Apparently he ran it over somehow, and it got stuck in there, and no mechanic is willing to help him.

Ugh.

newfish's picture

ThatGirlWithTheFunkyGlasses wrote:
Oh that's nothing. My neighbor has had a dead a cat hanging off the underneath of his suv for over a month now. Apparently he ran it over somehow, and it got stuck in there, and no mechanic is willing to help him.

If he drives it to ACCT 111 Huntingaprk ave there is no pickup fee

vcap22's picture

26th District wrote:
You can contact 311 and have the sanitation department come out and remove the animal.

Thanks, I did last night.