Cat in trap - What to do

Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by Brattina88, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. bubbatd

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    Amen !
     
  2. shazbot

    shazbot not so newby

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    Where I live people will trap feral cats, have them s/n and give them the rabies vaccine and then take them back to where they were trapped and release them. The spca does this s/n and vaccine free of charge.
     
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    Ditto Grammy! :)
     
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    Very glad the kitty's gone and out of the cold! Hoping that he/she ended up in a good place. :)
     
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    I wish they did that around here!!! :hail:
     
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    The main problem with this is that they do NOT test for FeLuk, FIV, or FIP & end up releasing hundreds, if not thousands, of infected cats back into society where they come into contact with other domesticated cats.

    Not to mention that feral cats are having a huge impact on our environment & are to blame for the killing of rare or endanger birds. Feral cats are actually doing a lot of harm to the overal ecological system.
     

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