In a small mobile home park in soda springs, Rhonda Trosper says she’s just trying to make a difference.
Explaining her desire to work with local officials she said that,"Just work with me, but don’t you know, because there’s kittens out there and some of them are too young to fend for themselves. And like I said when they trap those adults, those kittens are going to lay under these trailers and die."
Rhonda wants to help solve a problem, a feline problem in her neighborhood. Her talks with animal control have led her to believe that she isn’t being treated fairly for wanting to feed homeless cats.
She said that, "I’m being told that you can only have two cats in your home even if you own your home, according to the city ordinance. I’ve got three copies from three different places here and not a one of them says anything about how many cats you can have in your home and I feel like I’m being targeted."
Rhonda went out and did the research and she says that she’s just trying to follow the laws as she understands them.
Explaining her personal research she said that, "I went, did my own work and got the proof myself. If there was a city ordinance that said you cannot have more than two cats in your home, I would abide by that, but I feel like I’m being harassed."
What remains to be seen is how the city of soda springs will reply to Rhonda’s allegation that there is no city law prohibiting the amount of cats that someone can have in their home.