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Phyllis M. Daugherty

Director

Animal Issues Movement

HQ Phone:  (213) 413-6428

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Background Information

Employment History

Guest Columnist

Los Angeles Daily News


Affiliations

National Illegal Animal Fighting Taskforce

Member


California State Humane Association

Associate Member


LAPD Human Trafficking Taskforce

Member


Animals

Founder


Education

BA

Social and Criminal Justice and extensive


Web References(57 Total References)


City to Spend $800,000 on Feral Cat Study - Los Feliz Ledger

www.losfelizledger.com [cached]

Phyllis Daugherty, a Los Angeles based animal activist with the non-profit Animal Issues Movement is opposed to the city spending funds for the study.
"There is absolutely no reason to spend $800,000 for a report as to whether tons of cat feces left in the street and private yards will have a negative impact on the environment," said Daugherty. According to Daugherty, 70% of the feral cat population would have to be sterilized to see a significant decrease in the population. "Spending millions of dollars to alter a small percentage of feral cats in the street will not impact the feral cat problem," she said.


www.losfelizledger.com

Phyllis Daugherty, a Los Angeles based animal activist with the non-profit Animal Issues Movement is opposed to the city spending funds for the study.
"There is absolutely no reason to spend $800,000 for a report as to whether tons of cat feces left in the street and private yards will have a negative impact on the environment," said Daugherty. According to Daugherty, 70% of the feral cat population would have to be sterilized to see a significant decrease in the population. "Spending millions of dollars to alter a small percentage of feral cats in the street will not impact the feral cat problem," she said.


larchmontledgerla.com

Phyllis Daugherty, a Los Angeles based animal activist with the non-profit Animal Issues Movement is opposed to the city spending funds for the study.
"There is absolutely no reason to spend $800,000 for a report as to whether tons of cat feces left in the street and private yards will have a negative impact on the environment," said Daugherty. According to Daugherty, 70% of the feral cat population would have to be sterilized to see a significant decrease in the population. She is opposed, she said, to a plan that she feels cannot work. "Spending millions of dollars to alter a small percentage of feral cats in the street will not impact the feral cat problem," she said.


www.dailynews.com

Phyllis M. Daugherty, director of Animal Issues Movement, questioned the 2012 ban, stating pet shops that added more dogs would essentially be turned into kennels, raising concerns about odors and smells.
With more dogs, pet stores shouldnt be allowed to operate in commercial neighborhoods. Daugherty successfully sued the city, prompting Wednesdays hearing to discuss new rules to change the definition of pet stores. There is no restriction on sanitation, on noise, odor, Daugherty said.


Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation

www.lacountyanimals.org [cached]

Phyllis M. Daugherty
Phyllis M. Daugherty, Director of Animal Issues Movement and AIMRealityTraining, has been involved in animal protection/welfare, spay/neuter and rescue/shelter work in Los Angeles since 1987. She currently produces documentaries and training films for law-enforcement and sheltering agencies on investigating and prosecuting animal cruelty and illegal animal fighting and controlling pet overpopulation.


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