Cats overwhelm Prince Rupert shelter ...

Cats overwhelm Prince Rupert shelter in 2011

There are 13 comments on the CBC News story from Dec 24, 2011, titled Cats overwhelm Prince Rupert shelter in 2011. In it, CBC News reports that:

A Prince Rupert animal shelter that has cared for sea birds, seals, bear cubs, and even a miniature pony, is asking for help this Christmas after taking on too many cats in 2011.

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Reality for Lunatics

Pipestone, MN

#1 Dec 24, 2011
Looks like some more well-intentioned lives (and more important and endangered animals) are now being destroyed by cats.

Idiots. And if the above story is not enough ...

Be cautious about suggesting that any cats rounded-up from outdoors be used for adoption or you could be held criminally responsible. There's no way to know their vaccination history, if any, nor their exposure to all the deadly diseases cats carry. If a cat has contracted rabies then a vaccination against it later will do no good. It's already too late. There's also no reliable known test for rabies while keeping the animal alive. They really need to be destroyed after they are trapped. It's the only sane and sensible solution. This is precisely why all wild-harvested animals in the world, of any type intended for the pet-industry, must undergo an extended quarantine period of up to 6 months before transfer or sale of those animals to prevent just these things. Cats are no different than any other animal when harvested from the wild. You're just risking this following story happening in every shelter across the land.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2011/09/23/2...

Adopting any cat that's been taken from outdoors is just playing Russian Roulette.

I found some surprising things about all the diseases these invasive-species vermin are now spreading throughout the USA.

These are just the diseases cats spread to humans, not counting the ones they spread to all wildlife and even other cat species. They include: Campylobacter Infection, Cat Scratch Disease, Coxiella burnetti Infection (Q fever), Cryptosporidium Infection, Dipylidium Infection (tapeworm), Hookworm Infection, Leptospira Infection, Plague, Rabies, Ringworm, Salmonella Infection, Toxocara Infection, Toxoplasma.[Centers for Disease Control, July 2010] Flea-borne Typhus and Tularemia can now also be added to that list.
spinx

Wilmington, DE

#2 Dec 25, 2011
Reality for Lunatics wrote:
Looks like some more well-intentioned lives (and more important and endangered animals) are now being destroyed by cats.
Idiots. And if the above story is not enough ...
Be cautious about suggesting that any cats rounded-up from outdoors be used for adoption or you could be held criminally responsible. There's no way to know their vaccination history, if any, nor their exposure to all the deadly diseases cats carry. If a cat has contracted rabies then a vaccination against it later will do no good. It's already too late. There's also no reliable known test for rabies while keeping the animal alive. They really need to be destroyed after they are trapped. It's the only sane and sensible solution. This is precisely why all wild-harvested animals in the world, of any type intended for the pet-industry, must undergo an extended quarantine period of up to 6 months before transfer or sale of those animals to prevent just these things. Cats are no different than any other animal when harvested from the wild. You're just risking this following story happening in every shelter across the land.
http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2011/09/23/2...
Adopting any cat that's been taken from outdoors is just playing Russian Roulette.
I found some surprising things about all the diseases these invasive-species vermin are now spreading throughout the USA.
These are just the diseases cats spread to humans, not counting the ones they spread to all wildlife and even other cat species. They include: Campylobacter Infection, Cat Scratch Disease, Coxiella burnetti Infection (Q fever), Cryptosporidium Infection, Dipylidium Infection (tapeworm), Hookworm Infection, Leptospira Infection, Plague, Rabies, Ringworm, Salmonella Infection, Toxocara Infection, Toxoplasma.[Centers for Disease Control, July 2010] Flea-borne Typhus and Tularemia can now also be added to that list.
Go speak to the nice doctor and he will make you better LMAO
Reality for Lunatics

Pipestone, MN

#3 Dec 26, 2011
spinx wrote:
<quoted text>Go speak to the nice doctor and he will make you better LMAO
Why TNR (trap, neuter, release) and Cat Advocates Even Exist ...

Toxoplasmosis: Behavioral changes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis#Be...

It has been found that Toxoplasma gondii parasite is capable of changing the brains of whatever organism it infests. In mice, they lose the fear of cats and are even attracted to cat-urine. Making the asexual portion of the Toxoplasma gondii parasite's life-cycle faster to complete in order to replicate more quickly into its sexual reproduction phase in all primary-host cats. This loss of fear and apprehension manifesting itself in humans in a similar manner, even when common-sense tells them they should depend on that sense of fear or doubt for their own survival. Hence the higher accident rates and risk-taking by those infected by this parasite.

Here are other ways that this parasite have been known to alter the thinking patterns of humans: http://wildlifeprofessional.org/blog/...

I strongly suspect that it might even be responsible for all cat-lovers' wholly contradictory behavior of putting cats, all other animals, and even all humans in harm's-way through their adamant insistence of promoting TNR programs and demanding the right for their invasive-species cat to roam free, just to ensure the survival and spread of more Toxoplasma gondii parasites throughout the food-chain and into more livestock and eventually more humans. These people are, in effect, being controlled against all reason and common-sense by the very parasite that is reproducing in its primary host-animal -- cats. Even to the point of wishing harm and death on other humans. They'd rather murder a human than destroy their parasites' host-cat. This is how much this cat-parasite has taken control of their minds.

Get tested for T. gondii if you are defending these invasive-species cats' lives. You're most likely obeying cats' parasites in your brain now. You can no longer think and reason like a human, ignoring all logic and common-sense. Your thoughts demoted to that of protozoan awareness, where only its base biochemical survival matters, without concern nor regard for anything else in its environment.(Sounds just like every cat-lover, doesn't it.) Though either way, even if you are not infected by this cat-parasite and still feel that it's better to destroy a human than a cat, seek professional help before you act on your blatantly clear psychopathic and sociopathic thoughts and values.

The stuff that sci-fi used to be made of comes to reality. Real-life "pod-people". They can't think nor reason beyond the need of ensuring the survival and proliferation of Toxoplasma gondii parasites in their minds. It won't let them.

For just a few of the links on studies of how this cats'-parasite hijacks the human (or any animal's) mind:

"Toxoplasmosis and psychology: A game of cat and mouse"
http://www.economist.com/node/16271339

"Crazy Cat Love: Caused By Parasitic Infection?"
http://healthland.time.com/2011/08/18/crazy-c...

"Research Links Parasite In Cats To Mental Illnesses"
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php...
STINKCAT

London, UK

#4 Dec 26, 2011
Reality for Lunatics wrote:
<quoted text>
Why TNR (trap, neuter, release) and Cat Advocates Even Exist ...
Toxoplasmosis: Behavioral changes (edited insane ramblings)
To achieve your impressive level of insanity you need to have been drinking liquefied cat sh-t for fifty years
Avril

Montréal, Canada

#5 Dec 26, 2011
STINKCAT wrote:
<quoted text>
To achieve your impressive level of insanity you need to have been drinking liquefied cat sh-t for fifty years
Are Savannah cats banned in UK like New Zealand and other Countries
STINKCAT

London, UK

#6 Dec 26, 2011
Avril wrote:
<quoted text>Are Savannah cats banned in UK like New Zealand and other Countries
That's a strange question for this thread, not to mention I wouldn't know a savanah cat even if one hit me in the eye, but using Google's impressive search engine I conclude they are NOT banned in UK
Avril

Montréal, Canada

#7 Dec 26, 2011
STINKCAT wrote:
<quoted text>That's a strange question for this thread, not to mention I wouldn't know a savanah cat even if one hit me in the eye, but using Google's impressive search engine I conclude they are NOT banned in UK
Not strange its a cat forum and you are from the UK and one cannot believe everything you see online
STINKCAT

London, UK

#8 Dec 26, 2011
Avril wrote:
<quoted text>Not strange its a cat forum and you are from the UK and one cannot believe everything you see online
I don't understand, why are you enquiring on online if you distrust the responses online then??????

Maybe you are still hung over from the xmas party

Beleive it or not here's freaking Uk links for savannah cat sellers
http://strawbellcats.co.uk
http://www.pets4homes.co.uk/pets4homes/home.n... !openform&Breed=Savannah
http://www.tylandssavannah.co.uk

You can also blow your socks off with a serval
http://www.pictures-of-cats.org/owning-an-ama...
Reality for Lunatics

Pipestone, MN

#9 Dec 26, 2011
I found some surprising things about all the diseases these mangy invasive vermin are now spreading throughout the USA. They are nothing but 4-legged bags of disease-vector now.

These are just the diseases they spread to humans, not counting the ones they spread to all wildlife. They include: Campylobacter Infection, Cat Scratch Disease, Coxiella burnetti Infection (Q fever), Cryptosporidium Infection, Dipylidium Infection (tapeworm), Hookworm Infection, Leptospira Infection, Plague, Rabies, Ringworm, Salmonella Infection, Toxocara Infection, Toxoplasma.[Centers for Disease Control, July 2010] Flea-borne Typhus and Tularemia can now also be added to that list.

The plague:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8059908
http://www.pagosasun.com/archives/2011/07July...

Tularemia (rabbit-fever, transmissible to humans):
http://www.news-gazette.com/news/health/misce...

Flea-borne Typhus:
http://www.ocregister.com/articles/county-317...

Along with the usual parasites they all carry, like hookworm -- that ruined businesses in parts of Miami:
http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2010-11-24/n...

And perhaps the most insidious one of all, the common Toxoplasma gondii parasite that they spread through their feces into all other animals and even livestock. This is how it gets into meats and humans get it from undercooked meats, from cats roaming around stockyards and farms. This parasite not only changes the mind of the animal it invades (including the minds of humans, the cause of the crazy-cat-lady cat-hoarders and TNR-advocates, ensuring the spread of this parasite),

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis#Be...
http://wildlifeprofessional.org/blog/...
http://www.economist.com/node/16271339
http://healthland.time.com/2011/08/18/crazy-c...
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php...

but can even kill you at any time during your life once you've been infected by it. It becomes a permanent lifetime parasite in your mind, ready to strike at any time that your immune system becomes compromised. It's now being linked to the cause of autism, schizophrenia, and brain cancers. The weirdest part of all, its strange life cycle is meant to infect rodents. Any rodents infected with it lose their fear of cats and are actually attracted to cat urine.
http://scitizen.com/neuroscience/parasite-hij...
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/...
So even the often proclaimed use for cats to control rodents is now false. Cats actually attract rodents to your home, with their whole slew of flea-borne and other diseases. If you want rodents in your home keep cats outside of it to attract them to your area.

Rabies, the one most often mentioned in stray and feral cats, is just one of the minor concerns. And even having your cat vaccinated against rabies doesn't prevent it from bringing in a mouthful or claws full of fresh rabies virus every day to you, or to another animal or human, after you've let it out to go shred apart that rabid bat behind the garage or in the shrubs.

The time has come to destroy them all whenever spotted away from quarantined confinement. There's no other solution. We have nobody but cat-lovers to thank for this disaster.
Reality for Lunatics

Pipestone, MN

#10 Dec 26, 2011
Forgot a fun Tularemia & Plague link:

http://www.westyellowstonenews.com/news/artic...

"Both tularemia and plague are classified as potential bioterrorism agents, and are mandatorily reportable diseases to the authorities when confirmed."

"There are no vaccinations for cats for either disease."
STINKCAT

London, UK

#11 Dec 26, 2011
Reality for Lunatics wrote:
Forgot a fun Tularemia & Plague link:
http://www.westyellowstonenews.com/news/artic...
"Both tularemia and plague are classified as potential bioterrorism agents, and are mandatorily reportable diseases to the authorities when confirmed."
"There are no vaccinations for cats for either disease."
You poor fifty plus loser cats have certainly destroyed your sanity, get help before its irreversible LOL!!
Avril

Montréal, Canada

#12 Dec 27, 2011
STINKCAT wrote:
<quoted text>I don't understand, why are you enquiring on online if you distrust the responses online then??????
Maybe you are still hung over from the xmas party
Beleive it or not here's freaking Uk links for savannah cat sellers
http://strawbellcats.co.uk
http://www.pets4homes.co.uk/pets4homes/home.n... !openform&Breed=Savannah
http://www.tylandssavannah.co.uk
You can also blow your socks off with a serval
http://www.pictures-of-cats.org/owning-an-ama...
Its not necessary to be rude, but i do not want a kitten i was just hoping I could take my two savannahs with me to the UK
STINKCAT

London, UK

#13 Dec 27, 2011
Avril wrote:
<quoted text>Its not necessary to be rude, but i do not want a kitten i was just hoping I could take my two savannahs with me to the UK
http://www.defra.gov.uk/news/2011/06/30/new-r...

rules change 1st Jan 2012

Entry is either microchips vaccinations and documents or worst case six months quarantine, speak to your pet transport company

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