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Is someone pretending to do female cat spaying under a fake TNR program? — 2 Comments

  1. By the way, according to my browser’s bookmarks, I’ve known about this practice since 2012 when it was publicly posted on one of the main TNR-promotion websites in the USA. And this is the first time you’ve heard of it? Astounding. Granted, they don’t speak of this common practice too openly anymore, now that everyone knows about it. I, being on many TNR mailing lists, often see mention of it. For everyone to talk about this openly and publicly today would mean that they couldn’t get TNR approved anywhere if officials knew just what everyone in TNR communities was really up to.

  2. This is far more common than you would ever believe. People who want to save their outdoor cats they’ve been feeding, when faced with criminal prosecution and having all their outdoor cats euthanized by authorities, will just trap the cats and take a pair of scissors to each cat’s left ear and snip it. They see this as no different than a cat losing an ear-tip to frostbite or a cat-fight. By doing so they have shown officials that all their cats are sterilized and vaccinated without having to pay up to $100 per cat. A quick, inexpensive, and easy way to save all their cats’ lives and make sure that they have a lifetime supply of breeding cats to care for. I’m surprised you didn’t know of this and wouldn’t approve of this. Everyone in all TNR communities know of this inexpensive life-saving trick for outdoor cats. Why do you think they can’t find any proof of TNR working to reduce cat populations anywhere in the world? It’s all a money-making scam just to save the lives of cats, no matter how they have to do this.

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