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Is TNR Illegal in Albuquerque, USA? — 5 Comments

  1. What an ignorant and cold hearted woman Marcy is!
    What would she rather, that TNR was stopped and the cats left to breed? Or maybe she would rather have them all killed?
    She should be blaming the people who abandoned those cats in the first place, they are the culprits, not the innocent cats.
    She needs to get out educating that cats are supposed to be for life once adopted and not dumped when they become inconvenient to have around.
    She will lose her case and I hope she gets landed with huge costs for wasting the court’s time.

  2. Just ignorance.
    She doesn’t know the difference between feral cats and abandoned cats. I doubt that she would want to be educated. But, perhaps, she will get some in court.
    It’s a frivilous lawsuit. I hope it costs her a bundle.

    • Dee it must be dreadful for the lovely people like you who care for ferals, having people like her trying to turn others against TNR.

  3. Marcy Britton should go and tend to her garden since that’s probably the cause of her dislike for cats.

    I wish people would try. I mean all they have to do is look it up and then go buy something that can be sprayed around or whatever that will send cats away because they don’t like the smell. There are many such solutions but instead people would rather just kill them.

    People are incredibly ignorant and stupid and they waste so much energy and time.

    • Agreed as usual. What is unusual about this is that she is no doubt spend some money in taking this to court and I’m certain it will fail. She would do far better by understanding what trap-neuter-release actually was and how it will benefit her.

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