The Future of Hundreds of Cats
By TV 20's Robert Bradfield It's a story TV20 has been following for almost two years - whether or not a High Springs couple should be allowed to house hundreds of cats on their property.
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#1 May 11, 2009
there are twenty cats per month dying in this cat santuary. alachua county has offered assistance with the sick cats but so far none have been turned over to the county for treatment. the sanctuary emits a terrible odor. the cat urine goes directly into our groundwater and the problems
only can get worse. i feed neighborhood cats and think they are good pets.the neighborhood does not object to the cat sanctuary but there is not an adequate facility for car for the animals. the sanctuary is abusive to the cats,beause of the crowded enviroment and lack of sanitary clean-up. most would be better off in the wild.
#2 May 14, 2009
Cats that are spayed and released in the wild are decimating the small wildlife birds squirrels snakes etc. This upsets the natural balance. One unfixed cat in its normal lifetime can be responsible for 7,000 more. Amazing isn't it? If you don't take care of your animals and have them fixed, you should be fined or taxed if someone else has to do it.
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