HomeFeral Catstrap-neuter-releaseReason why TNR is ‘illegal’ in Australia except for ACT (Australian Capital Territory)

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Reason why TNR is ‘illegal’ in Australia except for ACT (Australian Capital Territory) — 2 Comments

  1. No wonder Australia has a feral cat problem. 13 years ago when I moved where I live now we must have had at least 200 cats on this 1/4 mile dirt country street. Me and 2 other ladies spayed and neutered almost all of them. It took 3 years to do it. 10 years later they’re all gone now but 2 old males we never caught. And we haven’t seen any kittens born here for years, only those dumped by people. I spay all females immediately that are dumped out here and males when I have extra money. Australia is ignorant causing their own problem by not seeing TNR as the right thing to do. How horrible and cruel of them to think just killing feral cats is the way to go. Jerks.

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