There is a dead cat in the rear of the property. It is possible it was sick before it died.
Access Princeton Manager-C.Rothman-Iliff assigned this issue to Health Officer-J.Grosser
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Adult female brown and white tabby was confirmed deceased by ACO. Cat was removed from property. Micro-chip not found.
No collars or tags on cat.
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Animal Control Officer-N. Barson assigned this issue to Animal Control Officer-N. Barson
Something is dead on the street on Cresant Ave between Clarke Avenue and Broadway
Richie C assigned this issue to Richie C
Richie C assigned this issue to ChelseaDPW
This animal was removed.
Middle of Pierce Street - dead raccoon - police department called this in. (LS)
City of Malden assigned this issue to Department of Public Works
The DPW picked up the dead animal. (LS)
Thank you for submitting your request. The tracking number is 13-00195003. You will receive a separate email when your request has been closed by the servicing agency.
2 1/2 days later and the rat is still laying there in the alley.
Dead possum (LS)
The DPW picked up the dead animal (LS)
Dead squirrel at Beltran @ Francis Street
Dead raccoon under rte 1 bridge (LS)
Left message on machine July 13, 2015 @ 4:50PM - Owner of 34 North East Street called them to report a dead animal at the end of the driveway
DPW 2 assigned this issue to Highway Division Director
Removed dead animal
Dead bird (LS)
Dead animal in a bag.
This issue was recategorized from Other to Dead Animal Removal.
A service request has been created for dead animal removal.
Thank you for using FayFixIt to report this matter. Your service request ID is 17501.
The City of Fayetteville has resolved this issue.