HomeCat HealthpoisonHundreds of cats dying in South of France vomiting a blue substance. Why?

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  1. That is antifreeze poisoning, no doubt about it! Too many people see animals as unfeeling and disposable.

    Many religious beliefs disagree with sterilization and see death as the only means of animal control.

  2. I’m sure it is deliberate poisoning and I’m sure officials are turning a blind eye to it, Michael. Unfortunately, TNR in America doesn’t prevent the killing of cats. The cat killer monsters here just prefer to use traps and guns because they can. Many states here DO have laws against it, but the cat killers know that those laws are rarely enforced . Even if enforced, the penalties are often minimal, and usually pled down to nearly inconsequential. It is truly disgusting.

  3. its disgusting an the culprit is Antifreeze, they are drawn to the sweetness of it ,one lick its all it takes to kill an adult cat. it a very painful way to die, im still bewildered as to why these wild cats arent desexed an released, we quite often do this in New Zealand in some areas. my heart aches for all theses animals

    • Thank you for commenting. I think that you will find that in the south of France and in a few Mediterranean countries that they have a slightly sloppy approach to street cats by which I mean they let them breed. I don’t think that TNR is that much in the news in Mediterranean countries compared to America. I know that in Greece they allow the semi-feral cats to entertain the tourists during the tourist season and then at the end of it they kill the cats by poisoning and possibly other means.

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