Thursday, May 28, 2009

CATS: Most pet cats neutered & most stray/feral cats aren’t. We got a problem

My answer:
I have been predicting for several years the feral pet population outdoors would reach a saturation point so overwhelming the vast majority of voters would begin demanding they be controlled by all expedient means available.
Expedient means, of course, would exclude the “compassionate, humane, and non-lethal” practice of TNR which only removes a tiny fraction of those pet species for an overnight stay at the Vets then re-abandons them for the rest of their claimed seven year life span.
Most of our city and county governments have been influenced by a conspiracy of cat enablers to ignore our wildlife protection laws for the last twenty years or so, so this could be interesting.

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