Paws to Reflect on the Auto Industry

September 2009
Assembly;Sep2009, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p6
The author reflects on the possible shut down of Chrysler's assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan in December 2010 as part of it restructuring process. He states that aside from the plant's employees who are at risk of losing their jobs, several cats will also loose their homes as a result of the closure. He notes that the company is negotiating with animal clinics to remove the cats before the closure of the plant.


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