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Some staff at Cats Protection resigning over the organisation’s kill policy — 2 Comments

  1. My first long-term cat was FeLeuk+. She beat her projected lifespan by a LOT, and as far as either the vet or I could tell she had a pretty good QUALITY of life up till just about the very end. She also played and practically lived with my friend’s cats for multiple years (we were close neighbors) and those cats didn’t catch it.

    I’m pretty disgusted by the whole “kill every FIV or FeLeuk+ cat” policy. Aside from the fact that plenty of cats who are genuinely positive can live pretty much standard lives assuming their people provide adequate TLC, the tests aren’t 100% positive last I heard.

  2. Cruelty to animals is one of the painful topics of our society. If children were taught from childhood that harming animals is bad and it shouldn’t be like this, that animals should have a home and a caring owner, then the problem would not be so acute. In our college this is constantly practiced. I respect my teachers for this, they give us tasks to write about how to deal with the problem of cruelty to animals. For me, the essay is written by one of the services that I chose on the site https://www.writingjudge.com/ then I study the information well and always go prepared for the brainstorming that we traditionally carry out. Perhaps even soon we will realize all our ideas and I hope that cruelty to animals in the world will be less.

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