Action demanded over cat killing



Following the sickening of a cat in the Rincon last week, neighbours held a vigil outside the property on Sunday morning – with demands that there is an investgation from the local police and Seprona on the matter.

They are also calling on the town hall to implement a sterilization campaign on feral cats in the neighbourhood – a practice that already takes place in other towns to control the situation.

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  1. Just Google for this complete string (include the quotation marks):

    feral cats “Licensing and laws do nothing to curb” “If you live where its not legal to use firearms” “have already learned to evade all trapping methods”

    I have posted that valuable (and lengthy) information on hundreds, if not thousands, of sites that bring-up the issue of free-roaming vermin cats.

    Therein you’ll find every effective method that you can employ to finally and permanently solve this invasive-species vermin cat problem completely in under 2 seasons of anyone’s time — no matter what laws govern your lives, no matter where you live, no matter how many cats infest your lands. And at costs affordable to any individual, any community, any nation. It worked 100% where I live — and it only cost me 1/3rd-cent PER CAT for hundreds of disease-infested vermin cats infesting my lands. Total cost less than the price of two starbux coffees.

    Note: DO NOT just repel them or dump them elsewhere! That is just as irresponsible, inconsiderate, immature, and ILLEGAL as those that made those vermin garbage-cats into your problem. Repelling stray cats or dumping them elsewhere just makes them into someone else’s problem or our valuable native wildlife’s problem. Become an adult for once in your sad and sorry spineless lives and solve it permanently for everyone. I for one know that NO CAT that touches even one paw to my lands will ever become a problem for any other living thing on earth ever again. All my neighbors (and wildlife) thanked me greatly for this. I have effectively turned my lands into a 100%-fatal cat-trap for any cat within miles around. The eradication of hundreds of these vermin in the whole area (collared or not, for you must destroy all collared ones too, they are the very source of every last vermin feral cat) was so complete and effective that I’ve not seen nor heard even one cat for miles in OVER SEVEN YEARS now. So much for that deceptive, manipulative, and mythical “vacuum effect” LIE of theirs, eh? Hunted-To-Extinction WORKS!

    Enjoy your 100% vermin-cat-free lives once again!

  2. Is it me or is the response by TNR researcher somewhat deranged? I have read it twice now and still don’t know what he/she is advocating.

    What the poster neglects to say is that it is human beings that have abandoned their animals or failed to get them neutered or refused to deal with the consequences.

    I am tired of hearing people who do nothing to help, blame the animals or, worse, torture and kill them. If you want to tackle this problem, and it is a problem in Spain, join or, if none exists, start a Trap/Neuter/Release group as people where I live have done.


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