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Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Prioritises Dogs Over Cats — 2 Comments

  1. Dear readers_ It is this lack of empathy and understanding towards cats in Mt. Juliet that I have come across time and time again. The same old song and dance. Mt. Juliet;Tn. is not a friendly place for cats or cats lovers. Dogs are their number one priority here. I know because I have taken in strays and delivered stray cats, sick cats and abandoned kittens the this same shelter which just so happens to be my hometown.
    This has to be one of the biggest issues they deal with here, and it is heartbreaking for them to be constantly put in the position of having no other choice left other than euthanization. Some of my dear friends work diligently around the clock caring for the one dropped off in record numbers ___who end up spending an extended amount of time locked in a cage.
    (You will not find many cat supporters in my area.According to most in this town, a cat is a nasty nuisance, lacks any form of intelligence and can fend for themselves outdoors, no matter the situation or the weather.

    The Animal Shelter of Mt. Juliet has worked with compassion and commitment helping me with rescued animals for 15 years. They are great people. This community mindset has made it impossible to remain generous , without restrictions, rules and other guidelines. They send out referrals, post adoptions, and assist in supportive efforts so cats can receive spay & neuter options at a lower cost to the customer. Even so_ there are a breed of humans here who just flat out do not care and will not voluntarily take part in the solution.
    However you may see it: these same people do not mind being a huge part of the problem.


  2. Too many cat haters in the world we live in ! No, I don’t think it’s right for the police to be the ones who make decisions on the welfare of cats or dogs. I will stop there to avoid any possible negative feedback.
    Also, cats take up much less space, cost less to feed and don’t need to be walked as opposed to dogs.
    That whole decision is completely heartless.

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