Tuesday, March 24, 2009

We challenge the feral cat enablers!

Your idealists say you are willing to move your feral cat colonies away from our endangered species? I say confine them indoors then! Everywhere outdoors in America is near endangered native birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles, and most birds are migratory to one extent or another. When you abandon one cat outside, knowing it is a destructive domestic animal, you are showing you prefer their "freedom" over the lives of our native fauna!
Another Challenge: Explain how your abandoning destructive domestic animals is not unethical, immoral, and unlawful when they are suffering as well as destroying our ecology and invading others property.


John L. Trapp said...

Here, here! I couldn't agree more. This is an important message that needs to be distributed far and wide.

Bird Advocate said...

Thank you, my friend, and thank you for visiting our blog. The feral cat enablers organizations harass politicians with their TNR plans based solely on emotions.
Scientific facts (and ethics) fail to absorb into their heads when their head is at saturation point with terrified thoughts someone might harm a "fur baby."
The main problem with Audubon and other like organizations is they are prohibited from taking effective action by the large percentage of cat enablers among them.
I firmly believe it is time we, we meaning birders and others concerned with the truth about the feral cat threat, stand up and be heard!