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Missouri city in the process of getting a contract with a “private agency” to get rid of stray and feral cats — 10 Comments

  1. WOW….. home to Mark Twain Lake…. minutes from Mark Twain Birthplace musem….. now wants to exterminate cats

    Mark Twain loved cats. He once said, β€œI simply can’t resist a cat, particularly a purring one. They are the cleanest, cunningest, and most intelligent things I know, outside of the girl you love, of course.” … Twain wrote: β€œWhen a man loves cats, I am his friend and comrade, without further introduction.”

    If you would like some GREAT info on TNR that solves over population of cats PLEASE contact me…. I have had success in several counties around St Louis and Jefferson County. I have a good friend who was very successful in Louisiana; very near to you.

    Removing and killing cats only adds to the problem… its called the vacuum effect. Would love to educate on topic if needed.

    Thank you
    Stacey Kinsey
    Pevely MO

  2. Hi everyone, I run the TNR program for Louisiana, MO and would be more than happy to help a local person get a TNR program started in Perry (and/or Ralls County).
    If you are interested in offering a real solution to Perry/Ralls County you can email Louisiana Community Cats Coalition at LaCatsTNR@gmail.com.
    Trap-Neuter-Return really does work! I’d love to talk to someone and help them save the cats!
    Deborah Rue Holland
    Louisiana Community Cats Coalition
    Louisiana, MO

  3. This is the same thing that happened in Mauldin, SC and TNR trappers were allowed to come in and the cats were rehomed. It worked out well and the cats were adopted into indoor homes or barn cat programs.

    • Zachariah Atteberry was working on one but he hasn’t posted a link yet. He’s trying to educate them from a local level. The city probably thinks it’s doing the right thing and just need educated.

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