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  1. An interesting but quite gruesome article.
    Abortion is interfering with Nature and no good can come of that! Those people who ask for abortions and the ones who carry out the abortions need to stop and think that someone might have done it to them, then they wouldn’t exist! They have no more right to exist than the lives they are taking.
    Life to some seems so very cheap but they would think it was a different story if someone took their life from them.
    The killing of any living being before OR after birth is wrong!
    Messing with the number of men allowed to be born against the number of women is wrong!
    I totally despair of the human race on behalf of the innocent ones and the innocent animals in their power too.

  2. As disgusting as it may seem to some, the cat had a meal. Probably several cats had meals.

    I’m torn on the subject of abortion. In our countries, unwanted pregnancies shouldn’t exist. Here, all public clinics give birth control out free. But, in underdeveloped countries, it’s different. Many are a result of rape.

    I struggle with whether an unwanted pregnancy should be terminated or if an unwanted newborn should be tossed into the world with parents who don’t want them or in a situation where they may never be adopted. Maybe the kids would colonize, like cats, and pray that a caretaker will come along!

    As a very opinionated woman (well, that’s me), I really have no strong opinion. The circumstances would dictate how I feel.

    What is most disturbing to me is how abortion affects my spiritual beliefs. Abortion disrupts the eternal progression of souls (reincarnation), and I don’t like that.

  3. I see parallels between declawing cats and aborting human babies here in the USA. Both are drastic surgical solutions, which should be used in the worst case scenarios only, but instead they become the first choice. In both cases “doctors” are getting rich while at the same time minimizing the down sides to the surgery. Women suffer postpartum depression after an abortion, because she’s not just not pregnant anymore, she is the mother of a dead baby. Her body is all set up to have that baby. There are consequences. Women suffer because of having abortions, not to mention the risks to the mother. Abortion is not without complications. But we aren’t supposed to talk about the complications, just like with declawing. Do this simple procedure and your problems are over– but really they are just beginning. It’s the American Way to look for the easiest, quickest solution. But we bear the consequences later.

    Sad that as the cat in the article eats the body of that little girl he is eating the mortal remains of a person who might have grown to be his caretaker (or the caretaker of another cat) and have taken care of many more needs of that cat than just hunger for one day. Women do tend to care about cats more than men (usually) and a country with few women probably isn’t going to be a country very favorable for cats.

    • Great comment. I found the parallel lives of the cat and the women having the abortion poignant and intriguing but sad. I don’t like abortion. For me is is wrong. It comes back to the beginning. Abortion and declawing are parallel surgical procedures as you state.

      If a woman and man don’t want a baby then prevent it. Don’t have sex and so on. Don’t repair the damage done by unprotected sex by killing a child in the womb. And selective gender based abortion is totally mad as far as I am concerned. I understand the motivation for gender based abortion but it needs to be resisted. I hate it to be honest. I have changed though. The older and wiser you become the more clearly you see.

      the cat in the article eats the body of that little girl he is eating the mortal remains of a person who might have grown to be his caretaker

      This is poignant, ironic and massively sad for me. It almost summarizes the madness of some human behavior. The cat is always innocent. Once again this story is about people.

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