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Is it legal to shoot a urinating or defecating cat on your property in Alabama? — 2 Comments

  1. I thought you said that punishing a cat doesn’t teach it anything, so why are you suggesting that there are better ways to scare cats? This could be why people just use a .22 or high-power air-rifle most of the time instead. Punishing a cat with a BB gun won’t train it, as you so proudly and boldly claim, nor will anything else that you suggest, so they just solve the problem permanently with something more effective. No more valuable time wasted out of anyone’s lives that way.

    • Scaring a cat is not punishing a cat. They are clearly quite distinctly different forms of behavior. And secondly, if a person wants to scare a cat (and I am not one of those people) then they can find better ways to do it than shooting at the cat! That is common sense and I am surprised that you did not grasp that simple fact before you wrote your comment. Using a .22 rifle would be a crime of course and we know that you have committed very many crimes in killing and shooting at cats. Because you have admitted it. I’m surprised the police have not arrested you a long time ago. It just goes to show how ineffectual the police are in America when it comes to animal welfare issues. You are such a complete arsehole. I think you know it as well to be honest. But you can’t help yourself. Sad really.

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