Does this happen with all species?
I think the best thing to do is leave animals alone, too, but when feral
cats bother people to the point where they are going to kill them, it's
probably better to try to get numbers down. I prefer the methods some
used with wolves, doing tubal
Most of the hunting accidents around here are city people coming out with
only the weekend to hunt and they get desperate to get a kill. The guys
around (all farmers) know the drill and don't go out without their orange on
and have been handling guns all their lives so there are not too many
It might not hurt to wait a short time to be sure and most definitly I would
alert prospective adopters what to look for. If they find a thinking vet
they should not have too much of a problem. They just need to know euthansia
is NOT the only answer. My positive girls and healthy, happy and
Yes, it would make sense – if cats had not been domesticated so long ago, they
would still be part of the natural ecosystem, be considered wildlife and
probably still reproduce only once, instead of numerous times throughout the
year, as they do now. It does happen to most wildlife, but
Never thought of that
Marcia marciabmar...@gmail.com wrote:
Yeah Natalie!!! (-:
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On Oct 2, 2012, at 10:52 AM, Natalie at...@optonline.net wrote:
It may provide your family with meat, BUT, technically, hunting doesn’t
really lower deer populations except in
I really like what our town has, they have a spay and neuter clinic express,
Pain Control injection $10.00
General Dewormer $5.00
Rabies Vaccination $10.00
Distemper combo Vaccination $10.00
Fecal Parasite Test $15.00
Frontline application $15.00
Thanks for what you do Natalie. I've been rescuing cats for about
40 years now and have 14 N/S rescued cats at home and more in a building
I bought in 2004 and made into a cageless sanctuary for abused, abandoned
cats. I also TNR, but as you said, I don't see much change in the number
Do the vets volunteer their services? Who covers the costs of the meds, etc.
We have a no kill shelter in our area, but they are having financial problems
like everyone else and they have to chrge $150.00 for each adoption to cover
their expenses. Do vaccine companies ever donate to
That is horrible, those poor children. Thank God for their Grandparents, it's
too bad however, that Grandma and Grandpa can't enjoy them like they are
supposed too... WTH is up with people?
From: dlg...@windstream.net dlg...@windstream.net
And the question is WHY?
I have a feeling a lot of it isn't JUST plain ignorance (although I hate to
admit, many are just that!), it may be the cost of spaying/neutering -
prices on the Easdt Coast can be up to $400 for a female cat! Yes, there
are low-cost certificates available, but how many
WHEN YOU FIND OUT LET ME KNOW. IF I HAD MY WAY, MOM WOULD HAVE BEEN SPAYED
BEFORE SHE HAD 4 ILLIGETIMATE CHILDREN . IF SHE ENJOYS GETTING PREGNANT SO
MUCH, TAKE A PILL OR SOMETHING. DON'T HAVE CHILDREN WHO WILL HAVE TO SUFFER
THE CONSEQUENCES OF HER ACTIONS.
You make a good point Natialie, When we took Zoey in to be fixed and declawed
we didn't realize that in a few months when he was dx with FeLV that we would
be seeing them a lot more often then planned, I also recommened them to
everyone and sometimes get discounts for refering friends. I am
Yes, definitely some people should have been spayed/neutered!
The least requirement would be some kind of a course on child-rearing and
I wouldn’t adopt to just anyone – therefore, why should morons have babies and
abuse or ignore them?
My vet gives discounts to senior citizen, multiple pet households, and of
course, rescue groups.
If all of us would talk to our vets who do NOT participate in some kind of a
program, maybe we could expand the spay/neuter pool and make it more
accessible for many more pet owners.
Here's another YouTube video, proving that sharpshooters are as bad as
Rochester Hills, MI (the blood trail), and it had 11,850 hits!!! No gore...
Here it is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZ1wB0GdaXE
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