William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Friday, 7, May, 2010

Sappy Cat Blogging

Filed under: Cat Blogging — williamthecoroner @ 12:31

It’s Friday, so it’s time for Sappy Cat Blogging.  Euclid Beach has been closed since 1969, more’s the pity.  It was a trolley park, built to provide a destination for street car riders; and use the excess electricity generated to power the trolleys.  It was a Cleveland landmark, with the flying turns, the racing coasters, the piers, Laughing Sal and the Rocket Ships.  Now, it’s a bare beach, with bones of the old rides poking through.  There is also a colony of feral cats, there, at the trailer park next door, and at Wildwood marina next to that.  A local man and woman are providing veterinary care and birth control for this colony, and finding homes for the ones that can be placed.  The North Collinwood Feral Cat Project is looking for help–either with time or money.  NCFCP, 317 East 156th St., Cleveland, 44110.


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