Lawyer Andrew Troia wanted the retired teacher to clean up the cats till April 25. After this given time, the gate in the fence will be locked to preclude individuals not employed by the cooperative housing corporation from accessing this area. Hamilton demanded from a former superintendent at the complex to built shelters and feeding stations for the cats in the woods. , so that the tiny souls could not starve to death.
“This is their home,” she said of feline friends. “They’re not criminals, I’m just feeding them.” Hamilton’s lawyer, Karen Copeland, also told that New York state law prohibits depriving an animal of sustenance, which is absolutely illegal.