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Almost 4 percent of all cats and dogs euthanised in Australia because they are unwanted — 7 Comments

  1. It is true indeed. Australia is far behind America. Luckily I see people rising their heads, opening eyes and ears. A LOT to be done. I believe one day the situation will improve. A lot of education needs to be delivered to people, and lots of other things. I wish humans had more respect to pets. Thanks for sharing the statistics.

  2. Absolutely shocking, is this because they’re so busy being laid back in the sun and having barbies on the beach that they just can’t be bothered with real life issues like neutering their pets and rehoming unwanted ones?

  3. This is terrible, the world is getting worse for unwanted animals, what is going on? I don’t understand why people don’t have their pets neutered or why so many relinquish or abandon them either and then just stand back and know they are likely to be killed.
    Where will it all end?

  4. as a close by neighbour in new Zealand i find that horrible and disturbing. if pet owners would just get their animals fixed it would solve alot of issues. I know in new zealand its prob just as bad. in the region i live in, alot of cats are rehomned. But its amazing year after year theres lots of kittens.

    • I had forgotten that you live in New Zealand. It is shocking for. Australia can do better. And I believe that the Australian government and local government could be more constructive with respect to cat ownership.

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