National Feral Cat Day Oct 16 - celebrate with a free spay/neuter

Oct 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: OregonLive.com

The fertile stray cat roaming your neighborhood today could very well be the great grandfather of a colony of feral cats tomorrow.

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I'll celebrate Feral-Cat Day this year because every last one of them are gone from my land for over TWO YEARS now. NONE have returned. Much to the chagrin of those fools who believed the manipulative TNR-LIE of cats' "vacuum effect". Simple reason being: cats attract cats. Get rid of every last one and there's none there to attract more of them. NATIVE predators and NATIVE wildlife returns once you rid your land of disease-infested invasive species predator cats. You really can't celebrate until you've accomplished getting rid of every last stray and feral cat. And doing so without violating every invasive species law in existence, which is exactly what TNR violates. Cats are listed in the TOP 40 WORST invasive species of the world in the "Global Invasive Species Database". If you've not managed to get rid of every last stray and feral cat then there's absolutely NOTHING for you to celebrate.

All wildlife on my land is now returning to normal. Native predators are no longer starving to death from cats destroying their only food sources. No prey animals are being tortured to death for disemboweled twitching play-toys for invasive species cats. No longer are cats spreading their deadly diseases to all animals and humans. Not even cats themselves are suffering to death by dying of "attrition". You know, that candy-coating feel-good term that TNR advocates love to wrap themselves in to enjoy their immense bliss of self-inflicted ignorance. All their TNR'ed cats dying from disease, exposure, attacks, road-kill, environmental poisons, starvation, etc. TNR-advocates' practices clearly violating all animal-abuse, animal-abandonment, animal-cruelty, and animal-endangerment laws everywhere. Plus their direct violation of all invasive species laws in existence. There's a reason all these laws exist -- to prevent EXACTLY what TNR has caused -- an ecological disaster on a global scale.

There's much to celebrate since cats are all gone from my lands. Not only do I celebrate "Feral Cat Day", but so too do all the amazing native wildlife that finally returned that visits my yard and enriches my life every single day. They all celebrate an ACCOMPLISHED "Feral Cat Day" year round. As do I -- as long as they do.

On advice of the sheriff I managed to accomplish this by shooting every last one with a good .22 outfitted with a laser-sight and good illuminated-reticle scope for precision aim, day or night. This method is as humane as it gets. A well-aimed bullet is by far the very MOST humane death that ANY stray or feral cat could ever hope to look forward to out of all the other ways that they WILL die. One moment the cats are enjoying intently stalking more defenseless animals to cruelly torture and rip the skins off of them for play-toys, the next the cats are dead and don't even know what happened. They don't even have enough time to know they've been shot nor even make a sound. I urge everyone to rid their land of this devastating invasive species this way. It's the ONLY method that can catch-up to and actually surpass cats' breeding rates. If not, you'll be trapping them for an eternity as they continue to breed faster than your reach. Plus the next generations will have learned to evade traps and won't even be able to be trapped. That's so smart, isn't it.

Don't bother celebrating until you have actually accomplished getting rid of them all. Otherwise you're just a major fool, jumping around like an idiot -- acting glad that you've accomplished ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
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Why are you posting out of Georgia now? A couple of weeks ago, you were posting out of Pennsylvania. Before that, Minnesota, Indiana, etc. Are you on the cyber-run?

Keep on posting your hate, you insane S O B. You're being cyber-stalked alright, by the FBI.

I (and cat lovers everywhere) will be celebrating the day the authorities take you out of society, or you drop dead. Either way will be fine with me, though the drop dead option is better. It will save the taxpayers a lot of money. Hopefully, you will agree and accommodate society by dropping dead at your earliest convenience.

Or, maybe that .22 rifle of yours will backfire and blow your face off. Now THAT would be some sweet justice, wouldn't it? Karma is a bi+ch.
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I'll celebrate Feral-Cat Day this year because every last one of them are gone from my land for over TWO YEARS now. NONE have returned. Much to the chagrin of those fools who believed the manipulative TNR-LIE of cats' "vacuum effect". Simple reason being: cats attract cats. Get rid of every last one and there's none there to attract more of them. NATIVE predators and NATIVE wildlife returns once you rid your land of disease-infested invasive species predator cats. You really can't celebrate until you've accomplished getting rid of every last stray and feral cat. And doing so without violating every invasive species law in existence, which is exactly what TNR violates. Cats are listed in the TOP 40 WORST invasive species of the world in the "Global Invasive Species Database". If you've not managed to get rid of every last stray and feral cat then there's absolutely NOTHING for you to celebrate.
All wildlife on my land is now returning to normal. Native predators are no longer starving to death from cats destroying their only food sources. No prey animals are being tortured to death for disemboweled twitching play-toys for invasive species cats. No longer are cats spreading their deadly diseases to all animals and humans. Not even cats themselves are suffering to death by dying of "attrition". You know, that candy-coating feel-good term that TNR advocates love to wrap themselves in to enjoy their immense bliss of self-inflicted ignorance. All their TNR'ed cats dying from disease, exposure, attacks, road-kill, environmental poisons, starvation, etc. TNR-advocates' practices clearly violating all animal-abuse, animal-abandonment, animal-cruelty, and animal-endangerment laws everywhere. Plus their direct violation of all invasive species laws in existence. There's a reason all these laws exist -- to prevent EXACTLY what TNR has caused -- an ecological disaster on a global scale.
There's much to celebrate since cats are all gone from my lands. Not only do I celebrate "Feral Cat Day", but so too do all the amazing native wildlife that finally returned that visits my yard and enriches my life every single day. They all celebrate an ACCOMPLISHED "Feral Cat Day" year round. As do I -- as long as they do.
On advice of the sheriff I managed to accomplish this by shooting every last one with a good .22 outfitted with a laser-sight and good illuminated-reticle scope for precision aim, day or night. This method is as humane as it gets. A well-aimed bullet is by far the very MOST humane death that ANY stray or feral cat could ever hope to look forward to out of all the other ways that they WILL die. One moment the cats are enjoying intently stalking more defenseless animals to cruelly torture and rip the skins off of them for play-toys, the next the cats are dead and don't even know what happened. They don't even have enough time to know they've been shot nor even make a sound. I urge everyone to rid their land of this devastating invasive species this way. It's the ONLY method that can catch-up to and actually surpass cats' breeding rates. If not, you'll be trapping them for an eternity as they continue to breed faster than your reach. Plus the next generations will have learned to evade traps and won't even be able to be trapped. That's so smart, isn't it.
Don't bother celebrating until you have actually accomplished getting rid of them all. Otherwise you're just a major fool, jumping around like an idiot -- acting glad that you've accomplished ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
I pity your children having such a disingenuous scumbag for a parent - it will be a miracle if they ever amount to anything other than gathering trash. As for your post its more incomprehensible drivel, have lots of fun judging it loser. LOL!
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Why are you posting out of Georgia now? A couple of weeks ago, you were posting out of Pennsylvania. Before that, Minnesota, Indiana, etc. Are you on the cyber-run?
Keep on posting your hate, you insane S O B. You're being cyber-stalked alright, by the FBI.
Like ALL cat lovers you're a deceptive and manipulative LIAR.

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 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 40 WORST invasive species of the world in the "Global Invasive Species Database" ( www.issg.org/database/species/ecology.asp... ), 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 as a matter of fact. And if your area enforces and obeys invasive species laws -- as they should -- then it is against the law to NOT destroy any cat on sight, someone's pet or not. It is your civic and moral responsibility to destroy any invasive species that is found away from supervised confinement and roaming freely in a non-native habitat.

Shoot to maim is punishable under the laws that define animal-cruelty (these are the ONLY cases that cat-lovers 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. Unlike cat-lovers' 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 define animal-neglect, animal-abandonment, and animal-endangerment. Not to mention being in direct violation of all international invasive species laws.

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/2010/12/ec178...

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). 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.
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If you advocate for cats as rodent-control on farms and ranches you've already doomed them to being destroyed by drowning or shooting when it becomes a financial liability more than any asset. Ranchers and farmers worldwide are fully aware that cats' Toxoplasma gondii parasite can cause the very same birth defects (hydrocephaly and microcephaly), still-births, and miscarriages in their livestock and important wildlife as it can in pregnant women. Consequently, this is also how this cats' brain-parasite gets into your meats and onto your dinner-tables, from herbivores ingesting this cat-parasites' oocysts in the soils, transferred to the plants and grains that they eat. Not even washing your hands in bleach will destroy this parasites' oocysts if you have contracted it from your garden or yard that a cat has defecated in.

This is why any cats are ROUTINELY destroyed around gestating livestock and wildlife management areas in the most efficient, humane, and least expensive method available. Common rural practice everywhere. The risk of financial loss from dead livestock and important native wildlife from an invasive species cat is far too great to do otherwise. This cats' parasite is now even killing off rare marine mammals along all coastal regions from run-off containing this cat-parasites' oocysts.

The next time you bite into that whole-grain veggie-muffin or McBurger, you need to just envision biting down on a shot-dead or drowned kitten or cat. For that's precisely how that food supply got to your mouth -- whether you want to face up to it or not. It's not going to change reality no matter how much you twist your mind away from the truth of your world.

If you want to blame someone for the drowning and shooting of cats, you need to prosecute yourself -- every time you eat.
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If you advocate for cats as rodent-control on farms and ranches you've already doomed them to being destroyed by drowning or shooting when it becomes a financial liability more than any asset. Ranchers and farmers worldwide are fully aware that cats' Toxoplasma gondii parasite can cause the very same birth defects (hydrocephaly and microcephaly), still-births, and miscarriages in their livestock and important wildlife as it can in pregnant women. Consequently, this is also how this cats' brain-parasite gets into your meats and onto your dinner-tables, from herbivores ingesting this cat-parasites' oocysts in the soils, transferred to the plants and grains that they eat. Not even washing your hands in bleach will destroy this parasites' oocysts if you have contracted it from your garden or yard that a cat has defecated in.
This is why any cats are ROUTINELY destroyed around gestating livestock and wildlife management areas in the most efficient, humane, and least expensive method available. Common rural practice everywhere. The risk of financial loss from dead livestock and important native wildlife from an invasive species cat is far too great to do otherwise. This cats' parasite is now even killing off rare marine mammals along all coastal regions from run-off containing this cat-parasites' oocysts.
The next time you bite into that whole-grain veggie-muffin or McBurger, you need to just envision biting down on a shot-dead or drowned kitten or cat. For that's precisely how that food supply got to your mouth -- whether you want to face up to it or not. It's not going to change reality no matter how much you twist your mind away from the truth of your world.
If you want to blame someone for the drowning and shooting of cats, you need to prosecute yourself -- every time you eat.
Written by a old f#rt with a big birth defect LOL.
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Not even washing your hands in bleach will destroy this parasites' oocysts if you have contracted it from your garden
I would always advise wearing gloves while gardening but washing your hands WILL remove this parasites oocysts, also a healthy cat who becomes infected will only shed this parasite for approximately 2 weeks before itself becomes immune.

Feeding indoor cats with only commercially prepared cat food will ensure they avoid this parasite.

Never feed cats raw meat.

It is hoped a vaccine will be developed for domestic cats.
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I would always advise wearing gloves while gardening but washing your hands WILL remove this parasites oocysts, also a healthy cat who becomes infected will only shed this parasite for approximately 2 weeks before itself becomes immune.
Feeding indoor cats with only commercially prepared cat food will ensure they avoid this parasite.
Never feed cats raw meat.
It is hoped a vaccine will be developed for domestic cats.
This cats' T.gondii parasite's oocysts that a cat defecates everywhere continues to survive for over a year in any soils or waters where it is found and can even withstand washing your garden vegetables and hands in bleach. So even if it only spreads this parasite for 1 hour out of its lifetime, this parasite is still transmissible to all other warm-blooded animals while it continues to survive outside of the cats' bodies.

Cats are this parasite's PRIMARY HOST. ALL OTHER ANIMALS GET IT FROM CATS.

It is also important to note that if a cat is RE-INFECTED by this parasite after having ingested its oocysts directly from its own feces-infected-soils or by eating any animal that the cat has previously infected, then it defecates new oocysts.

http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/ar/archive/feb96/t...

"... in light of a startling discovery by Dubey and his research team. It was previously believed that once a cat had been infected with T. gondii and shed oocysts, that cat would not become re-infected and shed more oocysts.

Dubey's team has found that's probably wishful thinking. They have shown that cats infected years earlier and that shed millions of oocysts then could be reinfected 6 years later and begin shedding oocysts again.

That wasn't the only surprise. The same study showed that cats could have very high levels of antibodies against T. gondii in their blood years after a previous infection and still become reinfected. "So you can't use high levels of antibodies as an indicator of immunity,'" says Dubey."

Not even washing your hands or garden vegetables in bleach will destroy the parasites' oocysts, and they survive for over a year in any water or soils where cats shed them, down to temperatures as low as -10 F. The article was just restating commonly spread misconceptions about preventive measures that were started by biased and misinformed cat-lovers, and still re-spewed by them today. It is also found now that cats can become reinfected many times during their life, spreading new oocysts every time. Even high levels of antibodies does not prevent their becoming reinfected and spreading more oocysts. This is why rare marine-mammals are dying off along all coastal regions, from T. gondii oocysts surviving in the run-off from land wherever cats are. The oocysts surviving even in salt-water of the oceans.
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This cats' T.gondii parasite's oocysts that a cat defecates everywhere continues to survive for over a year in any soils or waters where it is found and can even withstand washing your garden vegetables and hands in bleach. So even if it only spreads this parasite for 1 hour out of its lifetime, this parasite is still transmissible to all other warm-blooded animals while it continues to survive outside of the cats' bodies.
Cats are this parasite's PRIMARY HOST. ALL OTHER ANIMALS GET IT FROM CATS.
It is also important to note that if a cat is RE-INFECTED by this parasite after having ingested its oocysts directly from its own feces-infected-soils or by eating any animal that the cat has previously infected, then it defecates new oocysts.
http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/ar/archive/feb96/t...
"... in light of a startling discovery by Dubey and his research team. It was previously believed that once a cat had been infected with T. gondii and shed oocysts, that cat would not become re-infected and shed more oocysts.
Dubey's team has found that's probably wishful thinking. They have shown that cats infected years earlier and that shed millions of oocysts then could be reinfected 6 years later and begin shedding oocysts again.
That wasn't the only surprise. The same study showed that cats could have very high levels of antibodies against T. gondii in their blood years after a previous infection and still become reinfected. "So you can't use high levels of antibodies as an indicator of immunity,'" says Dubey."
Not even washing your hands or garden vegetables in bleach will destroy the parasites' oocysts, and they survive for over a year in any water or soils where cats shed them, down to temperatures as low as -10 F. The article was just restating commonly spread misconceptions about preventive measures that were started by biased and misinformed cat-lovers, and still re-spewed by them today. It is also found now that cats can become reinfected many times during their life, spreading new oocysts every time. Even high levels of antibodies does not prevent their becoming reinfected and spreading more oocysts. This is why rare marine-mammals are dying off along all coastal regions, from T. gondii oocysts surviving in the run-off from land wherever cats are. The oocysts surviving even in salt-water of the oceans.
How old is that copy/past its over twenty years old, before I was born even! No doubt in the nineties you were still being shafted by your uncle which is why you are now so queer. LOL..
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Whoops its 1996 not 1992 a date referred too in the still old article
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Currently there is no vaccine for toxo, the best way to avoid toxo and a host of other diseases is to keep cats indoors and no uncooked meat
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Currently there is no vaccine for toxo, the best way to avoid toxo and a host of other diseases is to keep cats indoors and no uncooked meat
Keeping cats indoors is still no guarantee. If an outdoor cat infects any local rodents with cats' Toxoplasma gondii parasites, and that rodent gets in your home, then the outdoor cat has effectively transmitted T. gondii to your indoor cat. To believe that an indoor cat is safe from being infected by this cats' parasite is wishful thinking.

And if you want your dinner meats to not have this parasite, then you must outlaw all cats roaming free around all livestock and grain supplies throughout the world. Because this is precisely how all herbivores get this parasite -- directly from cat sh**. Herbivores do not eat any animal flesh that was previously infected by cat sh** so they can't get it from other animals that cats infected with it. They can ONLY get it directly from cats.
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Keeping cats indoors is still no guarantee. If an outdoor cat infects any local rodents with cats' Toxoplasma gondii parasites, and that rodent gets in your home, then the outdoor cat has effectively transmitted T. gondii to your indoor cat. To believe that an indoor cat is safe from being infected by this cats' parasite is wishful thinking.
With your filthy living conditions the appearance of the odd rodent is probably nothing unusual, but normal people with reasonable standards of hygiene don't have mice running around.
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Keeping cats indoors is still no guarantee. If an outdoor cat infects any local rodents with cats' Toxoplasma gondii parasites, and that rodent gets in your home, then the outdoor cat has effectively transmitted T. gondii to your indoor cat. To believe that an indoor cat is safe from being infected by this cats' parasite is wishful thinking.
Mice would be classified as uncooked meat but anyone with a mice infestation probably has more to worry about than toxoplasmosis, mice tend to defecate in food stuff and can carry many diseases such as...

Bubonic plague

Salmonella
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Leptospirosis

Rat-bite Fever (this can be carried by mice)

With basic hygiene Indoor cats can avoid toxo and a host of other diseases but they should never be fed uncooked meat and that includes uncooked mice, thankfully most homes are impervious to mice so in most cases the problem should never arise.
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Mice would be classified as uncooked meat but anyone with a mice infestation probably has more to worry about than toxoplasmosis, mice tend to defecate in food stuff and can carry many diseases such as...
Bubonic plague
Salmonella
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Leptospirosis
Rat-bite Fever (this can be carried by mice)
With basic hygiene Indoor cats can avoid toxo and a host of other diseases but they should never be fed uncooked meat and that includes uncooked mice, thankfully most homes are impervious to mice so in most cases the problem should never arise.
No rats nor fleas even required for people to die from CAT TRANSMITTED Plague (bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic are just various manifestations of the very same disease).

A FEW examples.

Cat-Transmitted PLAGUE:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8059908
www.pagosasun.com/archives/2011/07July/072811...
www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/oregon-...
www.daily-times.com/ci_20849462/health-depart...

Totally disproving that oft-spewed myth that cats in Europe could have prevented the plague. No rats nor fleas even required. Cats themselves carry and transmit the plague all on their own.

Tularemia:
www.news-gazette.com/news/health/miscellaneou...
www.westyellowstonenews.com/news/article_02fc...

Flea-borne Typhus (just one of many counties now plagued by cats spreading this disease):
www.ocregister.com/articles/county-317133-ani...

Hookworm -- ruined Miami Businesses:
articles.sun-sentinel.com/2010-11-24/news/fl-...

Cats' most insidious disease of all, their Toxoplasma gondii parasite they spread through their feces into all other animals. This is how humans get it in their dinner-meats, cats roaming around stockyards and farms. This is why cats are routinely destroyed around gestating livestock or important wildlife by shooting or drowning them. So those animals won't suffer from the same things that can happen to the unborn fetus of any pregnant woman.(Miscarriages, still-births, hydrocephaly, and microcephaly.) It can kill you at any time during your life once you've been infected. It becomes a permanent lifetime parasite in your mind, killing you when your immune system becomes compromised. It can last over a year in any soils or waters and not even washing your hands or garden vegetables in bleach will destroy the oocysts. Contrary to cat-lovers' self-deceptive myths, a cat can become reinfected many times during its life and spread millions of oocysts each time. It's now linked to the cause of autism, schizophrenia, and brain cancers. This parasite is also killing off rare and endangered marine-mammals along all coastlines from cats' T. gondii oocysts in run-off from the land, the oocysts surviving even in saltwater.

Its strange life cycle is meant to infect rodents. Any rodents infected with it lose their fear of cats and are attracted to cat urine.

scitizen.com/neuroscience/parasite-hijacks-th...

Cats attract rodents to your home with their whole slew of diseases. If you want rodents in your home keep cats outside of it to attract diseased rodents to your area. I experienced this phenomenon (as have many others), and all rodent problems disappeared after I shot and buried every last cat on my land.

The time has come to destroy them all whenever spotted away from supervised confinement. There's no other solution. We have nobody but cat-lovers to thank for this health and ecological disaster. Stray-cats, the very source of all feral-cats, need to be euthanized too or you'll never be rid of the feral-cat problem.
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No rats nor fleas even required for people to die from CAT TRANSMITTED Plague (bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic are just various manifestations of the very same disease).
A FEW examples.
Cat-Transmitted PLAGUE:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8059908
www.pagosasun.com/archives/2011/07July/072811...
www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/oregon-...
www.daily-times.com/ci_20849462/health-depart...
Totally disproving that oft-spewed myth that cats in Europe could have prevented the plague. No rats nor fleas even required. Cats
Cats attract rodents to your home with their whole slew of diseases. If you want rodents in your home keep cats outside of it to attract diseased rodents to your area. I experienced this phenomenon (as have many others), and all rodent problems disappeared after I shot and buried every last cat on my land.
The time has come to destroy them all whenever spotted away from supervised confinement. There's no other solution. We have nobody but cat-lovers to thank for this health and ecological disaster. Stray-cats, the very source of all feral-cats, need to be euthanized too or you'll never be rid of the feral-cat problem.
I was merely saying that it is relatively simple to keep a indoor cat free from toxopasmosis and many other diseases.
I also understand that some people have cat related phobias and there are councillors who are well equipped to deal with these debilitating issues.
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I was merely saying that it is relatively simple to keep a indoor cat free from toxopasmosis and many other diseases.
I also understand that some people have cat related phobias and there are councillors who are well equipped to deal with these debilitating issues.
Destroying cats is NOT hating cats nor a fear of cats.

Why do mentally-unbalanced and psychotic cat-advocates always presume that if someone is removing a highly destructive, deadly disease spreading, human-engineered invasive-species from the native habitat to restore it back into natural balance that they must hate that organism? Does someone who destroys Zebra Mussels, Kudzu, African Cichlids, Burmese Pythons, Brown Tree Snakes, or any of the other myriad destructive invasive-species have some personal problem with that species?(Many of which are escaped PETS that don't even spread any harmful diseases, unlike cats.) Your ignorance and blatant biases are revealed in your declaring that people who destroy cats must somehow hate or fear cats. Nothing could be further from the truth.

It is people who let a destructive invasive-species roam free that tortures-to-death all other wildlife that have zero respect for life. They don't even care about their cats dying a slow torturous death from exposure, animal attacks, diseases, starvation, dehydration, becoming road-kill, environmental poisons. etc., the way that ALL stray cats suffer to death. They don't even respect their fellow human being. This speaks more than volumes about your disgusting character. People like you should be locked up in prison for life for your cruelty to all animals, cruelty to your own cats as well as all the native wildlife that you let your cats skin alive or disembowel alive. If you let cats roam free you are violating every animal-abandonment, animal-neglect, animal-endangerment, and invasive-species law in existence.

If people DO hate cats today, have LEARNED to hate cats today, you have nobody but yourself and everyone just like you to blame. YOU are the reason people are now realizing that all excess cats must be destroyed on-site and on-sight. You've done so much to make people care about cats, haven't you. If you want to do something about it, direct your sadly and sorely misplaced energies at those that are causing the problem, not at those who are actually solving it.

In summation: THIS IS YOUR FAULT and THE FAULT OF EVERYONE JUST LIKE YOU. You have NOBODY but yourselves to blame.

You can take that all the way to the very last shot-dead cat's grave.
Richard

Mesquite, NV

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Destroying cats is NOT hating cats nor a fear of cats.
Why do mentally-unbalanced and psychotic cat-advocates always presume that if someone is removing a highly destructive, deadly disease spreading, human-engineered invasive-species from the native habitat to restore it back into natural balance that they must hate that organism? Does someone who destroys Zebra Mussels, Kudzu, African Cichlids, Burmese Pythons, Brown Tree Snakes, or any of the other myriad destructive invasive-species have some personal problem with that species?(Many of which are escaped PETS that don't even spread any harmful diseases, unlike cats.) Your ignorance and blatant biases are revealed in your declaring that people who destroy cats must somehow hate or fear cats. Nothing could be further from the truth.
In summation: THIS IS YOUR FAULT and THE FAULT OF EVERYONE JUST LIKE YOU. You have NOBODY but yourselves to blame.
You can take that all the way to the very last shot-dead cat's grave.
I am not endowed in the necessary skills of psychiatry however it appears to me that sensible discussion is beyond you as proven by your repetitive hysterical comments.
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I also understand that some people have cat related phobias and there are councillors who are well equipped to deal with these debilitating issues.
LOL you noticed he's a little simple up top
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I'll celebrate Feral-Cat Day this year because every last one of them are gone from my land for over TWO YEARS now. NONE have returned. Much to the chagrin of those fools who believed the manipulative TNR-LIE of cats' "vacuum effect". Simple reason being: cats attract cats. Get rid of every last one and there's none there to attract more of them. NATIVE predators and NATIVE wildlife returns once you rid your land of disease-infested invasive species predator cats. You really can't celebrate until you've accomplished getting rid of every last stray and feral cat. And doing so without violating every invasive species law in existence, which is exactly what TNR violates. Cats are listed in the TOP 40 WORST invasive species of the world in the "Global Invasive Species Database". If you've not managed to get rid of every last stray and feral cat then there's absolutely NOTHING for you to celebrate.
All wildlife on my land is now returning to normal. Native predators are no longer starving to death from cats destroying their only food sources. No prey animals are being tortured to death for disemboweled twitching play-toys for invasive species cats. No longer are cats spreading their deadly diseases to all animals and humans. Not even cats themselves are suffering to death by dying of "attrition". You know, that candy-coating feel-good term that TNR advocates love to wrap themselves in to enjoy their immense bliss of self-inflicted ignorance. All their TNR'ed cats dying from disease, exposure, attacks, road-kill, environmental poisons, starvation, etc. TNR-advocates' practices clearly violating all animal-abuse, animal-abandonment, animal-cruelty, and animal-endangerment laws everywhere. Plus their direct violation of all invasive species laws in existence. There's a reason all these laws exist -- to prevent EXACTLY what TNR has caused -- an ecological disaster on a global scale.
There's much to celebrate since cats are all gone from my lands. Not only do I celebrate "Feral Cat Day", but so too do all the amazing native wildlife that finally returned that visits my yard and enriches my life every single day. They all celebrate an ACCOMPLISHED "Feral Cat Day" year round. As do I -- as long as they do.
On advice of the sheriff I managed to accomplish this by shooting every last one with a good .22 outfitted with a laser-sight and good illuminated-reticle scope for precision aim, day or night. This method is as humane as it gets. A well-aimed bullet is by far the very MOST humane death that ANY stray or feral cat could ever hope to look forward to out of all the other ways that they WILL die. One moment the cats are enjoying intently stalking more defenseless animals to cruelly torture and rip the skins off of them for play-toys, the next the cats are dead and don't even know what happened. They don't even have enough time to know they've been shot nor even make a sound. I urge everyone to rid their land of this devastating invasive species this way. It's the ONLY method that can catch-up to and actually surpass cats' breeding rates. If not, you'll be trapping them for an eternity as they continue to breed faster than your reach. Plus the next generations will have learned to evade traps and won't even be able to be trapped. That's so smart, isn't it.
Don't bother celebrating until you have actually accomplished getting rid of them all. Otherwise you're just a major fool, jumping around like an idiot -- acting glad that you've accomplished ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
forgot to add about the abuse you did to a few children a few years back? seems like you have the same stance on animals as you do kids..and your farm?? psh! when the heck did that happen?.. you know I never did believe people who abused animals abused children too but too many of yous jerks had proved me wrong... by the way those poor native species on your land? not as many are native to your area as you think..

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