Thursday, April 30, 2009

Cat found with arrow in its chest

Animal Control says the cat is going
to survive to be re-abandoned.

My own responses to blogs about it:
You are an animal lover? I am an animal lover, too, and I am wondering how many of our native birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish this feral domestic cat will kill after he is re-abandoned into the wild. Nowhere in this article is this mentioned.

Your "non-lethal methods" are anything but non-lethal to our natural fauna. Do you have any idea how many of our endangered species this cat may have killed?

Uh, re-abandoning a domestic cat into the wild to be abused again, starve, or become roadkill is not abuse?

These "Good ones" are going to re-abandon poor Arrow. What is humane about that?

Are we so low we´re just going to continue permitting people to abandon domestic predator animals into the wild to murder our wildlife?

Those people re-abandon domestic animals! Would you please explain what is humane, moral, or ethical in that?

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