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Unintended consequences extract high price: Best Friends Animal Society http://www.bestfriends.org points out poisons set out for cats cannot be made risk
The authors of the six-page circular â€œFeral Cats and Their Management,â€ published by the University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension is biased and thinly veiled advocacy and instruction manual for the total extermination of unowned cats, according to Dr.
Disputes accuracy of reportâ€™s findings; rejects conclusion that shooting feral cats is an acceptable means of control Bethesda, MD (Vocus) December 1, 2010 A disturbing report released by the University of Nebraska at Lincolnâ€”which proposes shooting feral cats as an acceptable means of controlâ€”is based on shoddy research, is scientifically unsupportable, and should be unequivocally rejected, said Alley Cat Allies. â€œThis â€˜reportâ€™ is basically a summary...
NEW YORK, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the lagging economy that continues to challenge rescue groups seeking to re-home animals and pet owners struggling to keep their pets, the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals has positive news: euthanasia at Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) shelters is down, adoptions by AC&C and other Alliance Participating Organizations (APOs) are up, and transfers of animals from AC&C to its rescue partners are rising dramatically.
A University of West Georgia campus organization said it has captured, fixed, vaccinated and released 36 feral cats since October 2007. Ineke Abunawass, who works in the school's environmental safety and health office, said she came up with the CampusCATS catch-and-release scheme as a humane way to deal with the estimated 150 to 200 feral cats living on campus, the Carrollton Times-Georgian reported Tuesday. She said the cats are captured in humane traps and taken to the West Georgia Spay and...
MT. RAINIER, Md., March 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With a new report out from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the debate of bird versus cat continues.
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