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By Definition Domestic Cats Are Not An Invasive Species — 6 Comments

  1. This is a war on our pet cats and the use of ‘feral’ many of which were pets or were born to pets and strays is the gateway. I can’t believe how many won’t pay attention.

    • It it a war from some government agencies, ornithologists and cat haters. This is a reason why I wrote the post. The concept that cats are invasive species needs to be challenged.

      • The idea seems to feed the idea that cats are evil and that somehow makes killing them OK. I consider this a new low in dealing with the human issue of irresponsible pet guardianship.

        • Yes, the cat haters and trolls raise the invasive species argument all the time as a reason to exterminate them. The invasive species tag is overplayed and overused. It is almost pointless because non-native or not they are all animals and we owe it to them to treat them all with respect.

          • Who decides if the cat in question is indeed feral, stray, lost or simply dumped ? The cat hating maniac next door who wants to use every cat he/she sees as target practice ? The redneck pos in that one picture was holding up a cat that had a collar on. Cat owners need to wake up. This is one more reason to confine your cats along with a whole list of other very good reasons. All the same my cats are collared and chipped and if the worst happened I’d expect someone who seen them to call AC not blast away. I might redefine crazy cat lady if that happened.

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