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feral cats How meny feral cats live near you?

10 fans picked:
Dear god there's to meny to count
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3+
   20%
None, only pet cats
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12+
   10%
hell if I know
   10%
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0 - Shot & Buried Every Last One Of These POS Vermin
   10%
(added by Woodsman001)
6+
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 lin_b posted over a year ago
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Rihanna312 picked Dear god there's to meny to count
Rihanna312 picked Dear god there's to meny to count:
It`s really horrible, that nobody cares about theese cats!!!
posted over a year ago.
 
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123cosmo4 picked Dear god there's to meny to count
123cosmo4 picked Dear god there's to meny to count:
I care because being a animal vet runs in the family. I have four pet cats, three outside and one inside. Every one of them is taken care of and fixed but my neighbor just has cats running everytwhere. MY favorite cat Milo has ears ripped like confettie from fighting those cats. They just run loose everywhere.
posted over a year ago.
 
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gizzybaby picked 3+
gizzybaby picked 3+:
god theres not many feral cats in sutton hill tho a ginger cat and tabby cat they are feral cats and come to play with my kitten gizmo but my mum scares them of and the ginger cat has got scabs scraches and blood on his front right leg!
posted over a year ago.
 
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chipmunks picked Dear god there's to meny to count
chipmunks picked Dear god there's to meny to count:
these poor cats will die. one time I even saved 3 cats
posted over a year ago.
 
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123cosmo4 picked Dear god there's to meny to count
123cosmo4 picked Dear god there's to meny to count:
I am fostering a few stray kittens from the vet clinic right now. One got really sick and had to be put to sleep though. The other two just trashed my room like five minutes ago. They are a handful. :D
posted over a year ago.
 
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SRitchieable picked 3+
SRitchieable picked 3+:
One local feral cat produced 19 kittens in less than two years. There was no hope for any of the kittens at the local shelter - they're overcrowded and anyway have a 'keep cats for 24 hours then put them down' policy. So we adopted all 19. And (finally) caught the mother and adopted her as well. There's a (barely) fictionalised account of the whole experience at http://23cats.brownbear.com.au/o-bernicces­-ca­t-s­anc­tua­ry.­htm­l
posted over a year ago.
 
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ppgcowgirl picked 12+
ppgcowgirl picked 12+:
We just hit 20, and there's still pregnant females O.o I take care of these cats even if they're just barn cats, I still love em, but technically mine or not, I'm trying to save money to have a major spay/neuter project. Wish me luck. I need it!
posted over a year ago.
 
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Woodsman001 picked 0 - Shot & Buried Every Last One Of These POS Vermin:
Shot & buried every last one of HUNDREDS of these invasive-species POS vermin over 3 years ago on my lands to stop them from destroying every last bit of NATIVE wildlife on my lands. Not seen even ONE in nearly 4 years now. (Totally disproving cat-lickers' "vacuum effect" manipulative LIE.) Cats attract cats. If you don't get rid of every last one, then you'll be up to your ass in no time with hundreds more. See a cat, shoot a cat. Simple as that. If you don't? Then you'll be dealing with an infestation of them for the rest of your sorry and spineless lives.
posted 10 months ago.
 
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Woodsman001 picked 0 - Shot & Buried Every Last One Of These POS Vermin:
The law in the USA is that it is perfectly legal to destroy any animal, someone's pet or not, that is threatening the health, well-being, and safety of yourself, your family, your animals, or even your property. Also true even in most densely populated cities, firearms laws permitting, if not then 700-1200fps air-rifles are commonly used. The newer ones even come with a sound-suppressor design built right-in, being designed specifically for shooting vermin cats in urban areas, the demand is that great. The only animals exempt from you taking immediate action, legally, are those listed on endangered or threatened species lists, and any bird species under protection of MBTA (the Migratory Bird Treaty Act). Even then variances can be given should there be sufficient problem but this requires further study by authorities. Since cats are listed in the TOP 100 WORST invasive species of the world in the "Global Invasive Species Database" ( www.issg.org/database/species/ecology.aasp­?si­=24­&am­p;f­r=1­&am­p;s­ts=­sss ), this means they have no protection whatsoever from being shot on sight, they are not on any protected species list anywhere in the world. Quite the opposite. And as a matter of fact, if your local-law obeys and enforces all invasive species laws, AS THEY SHOULD, then it is against the law to NOT destroy any cat found away from supervised containment. (This is precisely how I managed to clear out every last one of hundreds of these invasive species vermin cats from my own lands. On the sound advice of the sheriff. Even he found that trying to reason with and warn the cat-lickers did no good. But shooting every last cat finally worked! My lands have been 100% cat-free for over 3 years now, for less than the price of a couple cups of coffee for the ammo.)

Shoot to maim is punishable under the laws that define animal-cruelty, and rightly so, (these are the ONLY cases that cat-lickers cite to try to manipulate and scare everyone from shooting their only favorite animal). But shoot to kill is a perfectly legal way to humanely destroy an animal. The same laws and principles that apply to methods of humanely hunting animals also applies to cats. (Hint: outfit your rifle with a good scope and laser-sight, inexpensive on ebay. This will ensure a totally humane, instant, and LEGAL kill each and every time. Though use a fatal chest-shot, a head-shot is not always a sure thing.) Unlike cat-lickers' psychotic beliefs, the reality is that a cat is just another animal. It's NOT their baby, their child, their offspring. Even if they do view their cats that way, letting them roam free is no less criminally irresponsible than them telling their child to go play in the freeway and then blaming the cars for their child's death. If they let their cat roam free, NO MATTER HOW IT DIES, that is THEIR fault and they can be charged with all laws that clearly define animal-neglect, animal-abandonment, and animal-endangerment. Not to mention being in direct violation of all international invasive species laws in existence.

In fact, here's a publication from a study done by the University of Nebraska on the best ways to HUMANELY deal with a feral-cat problem wherever you live. This documentation INCLUDES the best firearms, ammo, and air-rifles required to HUMANELY destroy cats. deenawinter.files.wordpress.com/2010/122/e­c17­81.­pdf­

Besides, what difference does it make if the cat gets shot or ran over by a car, attacked by another cat or animal, drowned, or poisoned by plants animals or chemicals (inexpensive 1-adult-strength generic acetaminophen pain-relievers gaining in popularity, for being so species specific, far far safer than antifreeze and rat-poisons that cat-lickers have forced everyone else into using lately). The result is the same. The cause is the same -- the fault of the criminally irresponsible pet-owner that let their invasive species pet roam free. They've already proved that their animal is 100% expendable. You can either destroy their cat for them humanely, or let their lack of care cause it to inevitably die inhumanely. They don't care one bit how their cat might cruelly suffer to death if they let it roam free. Humanely destroy their cat for them before that can happen. A well aimed bullet is the MOST humane death that ANY stray or feral cat can ever look forward to. Any other death that they WILL eventually face is all inhumanely downhill from there.
posted 10 months ago.