- Report: #730413
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Complaint Review: Cherie Travis
Cherie Travis2741 S. Western Ave Chicago, Illinois United States of America
Cherie Travis Cherie Travis, commissioner of Chicago Animal Control appointed by Richard M. Daley Cherie Travis running Chicago Animal Control is neglecting animals Chicago, Illinois
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Cherie Travis gave a brief interview to WGN along with a scheduled tour of the facility in cleaner condition than it normally is. What happens at Chicago Animal Control if you drop your pet off for adoption? Volunteers say that they keep the animal for a few days and then euthanize them. Animals being kept there awaiting court decisions are not let out of their cages on a regular basis and have even been put outside in the blistering heat (still in cages) when they become overcrowded. Litters of kittens are kept together in small cages that give them little room for movement. Their food and water dishes have litter in them and are not cleaned for extended periods of time.
Why is Cherie Travis allowed to keep her position? Could it be that Maggie Daley is a friend of hers? It is time that animal rights activists stand up and spread the word about the injustice that these animals are suffering. Complain to the city of Chicago directly or let WGN know that you want to see a follow up story done.
Chicago Animal Control
2741 S. Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60608
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2011 06:01 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Cherie-Travis/Chicago-Illinois-60608/Cherie-Travis-Cherie-Travis-commissioner-of-Chicago-Animal-Control-appointed-by-Richard-M-730413. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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