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November 15th 08, 09:45 PM
na aanleiding van dit artikel!
http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/2506319/__Landelijk_poezenalarm___.html
Dit is het nummer van die ELLIS de kitten mishandelaar. 0634196201 Ik
heb dit nummer omdat ze mij ook eens heeft opgebeld (ik had vorige
week ook kittens op marktplaats gezet! en zodoende) .
toen ik ellis confronteerde met het telegraaf artikel werd ze boos en
kreeg ik ook haar boze man aan de telefoon die zei dat het me niets
aan ging wat ze met de kittens deden!!!
ik zou tegen iedereen zeggen, opbellen boos maar NIET dreigend (anders
ben je strafbaar) en vragen of ze wilt ophouden met het mishandelen
van Kittens!

Matthew[_3_]
November 15th 08, 10:18 PM
Hello I am sorry the bulk of the group does not speak Dutch but I get
what you are concerned about from the article

I used my best tranlator to figure it out sorry if it does not do the job
perfectly but you can get the meaning of it

> wrote in message
...
> na aanleiding van dit artikel!
> http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/2506319/__Landelijk_poezenalarm___.html
> Dit is het nummer van die ELLIS de kitten mishandelaar. 0634196201 Ik
> heb dit nummer omdat ze mij ook eens heeft opgebeld (ik had vorige
> week ook kittens op marktplaats gezet! en zodoende) .
> toen ik ellis confronteerde met het telegraaf artikel werd ze boos en
> kreeg ik ook haar boze man aan de telefoon die zei dat het me niets
> aan ging wat ze met de kittens deden!!!
> ik zou tegen iedereen zeggen, opbellen boos maar NIET dreigend (anders
> ben je strafbaar) en vragen of ze wilt ophouden met het mishandelen
> van Kittens!

This is the number of those ELLIS mishandled the kitten. I 0634196201
wrote this song because I think they also agree has been called (I had
previous
kittens week to put marketplace! and thus).
Ellis when I confronted with the telegraph article, she was angry and
I also got her angry husband on the phone who told me nothing
went to what they did with the kittens!
I would say to everyone, not imminent but angry call (else
'I'm your criminalized) and ask if they want to stop the ill-treatment
of Kitten


the article


APELDOORN - Van Raalte to Haarlem, Friesland to Apeldoorn: watch out,
presumably because a Turkish couple is criss-crossing our country for
kittens to get anywhere. Why? In their own words to a good home to the
little ones to offer, but many are now dozens of kittens disappeared without
trace. Cat lovers fear that the soft cuddly creatures have ended as snake
food, or in fur gloves, and store large alarm
!

Wilma Barre Horn from Calcutta on September 19 came into contact with the
pair, and a cats fan himself afterwards for the main store. "What am I
stupid."

Three of her black kittens were retrieved by the two accused. "I had put an
ad on the Internet and almost immediately I was called by someone who spoke
poor English. She wanted for her two year old twins cat collection and like
to make more for her mother."

Same afternoon, the three cats retrieved. "Mohammed, a small balding man, I
think of Turkish descent, was a main driving with a gray station. It was all
very fast. The three were stopped in a small basket. That was not bad,
according to him, but because it was still a chicken piece. I gave them a
last hug and then they were gone. "

Wilma remains behind with an uneasy feeling. That is why they call the phone
number of Turkish couple and speaks in the voice mail. "I wanted to know how
it went. But there was no response."

The sense that something was terribly wrong, when there was only a week
later came a phone call from Friesland. "Mrs A asked me whether I still
wanted those four have cats. She was called by" Ellis' that her poor English
asked if she had the kittens from the ad could fetch. That Mrs said that she
had not been for slaughter. They looked good masters. "Do not eat ', the
Turkish said,' good for animals." When asked about Mrs data are my house
data transmitted. Probably because they just called me that day also had. "

Wilma immediately put an ad with a warning on Market and the victims
druppelden since then with her inside. "The first time Ellis and Mohammed
come from Apeldoorn, the other time from Den Helder. Sometimes they come for
four cats. Two for the children and two for her mother. The next time, the
brother-in-law also kittens. Last, there was a family with six cats. She
called for four, but when the owners noticed that the two still remained
creatures were also included. They pay there quietly for 15 euros per
kitten. " Wilma is convinced that the kids no longer alive. "Turkish people
seem not to have a lot with cats. They are not sold to people who were
looking for a small kitten. That does not pay. The whole country is one with
kittens at this time to peddle. It can really only that they wrong purposes
are retrieved. "

Declaration can not do, because the kittens are retrieved with permission.
"You seem twenty kittens per year to sell, so we would actually they
flagrante with a full car should surprise." Wilma now email each advertiser
with kittens. "It's a lot of work, but I get by. Each kitten that I can
save, is there? N. My advice is: just put in the ad that asks you to a
legitimacy and the two remain away."

Ellis was asked by telephone for a response, but wanted despite repeated
insistence not respond.

Outsider
November 15th 08, 11:12 PM
"Matthew" > wrote in
ng.com:

> Hello I am sorry the bulk of the group does not speak Dutch but I
> get what you are concerned about from the article









>
> the article
>
>
> APELDOORN - Van Raalte to Haarlem, Friesland to Apeldoorn: watch out,
> presumably because a Turkish couple is criss-crossing our country for
> kittens to get anywhere. Why? In their own words to a good home to the
> little ones to offer, but many are now dozens of kittens disappeared
> without trace. Cat lovers fear that the soft cuddly creatures have
> ended as snake food, or in fur gloves, and store large alarm
> !
.......
>
> Ellis was asked by telephone for a response, but wanted despite
> repeated insistence not respond.
>
>



The couple might make good snake food.