Stop Inhumane Cat Breeding

by Rose Marie
(California, USA)

Sick cat from Purrsay Cattery

Sick cat from Purrsay Cattery

Sick cat from Purrsay Cattery

This ministry was created to put all registered cat breeders worldwide on NOTICE.

This site - XXXX - was created to be the "VOICE" for innocent registered cats & kittens who have suffered at the hands of their own caretakers or owners (note: that link is problematic so it has been discarded - sorry).

The caretakers are the registered cat breeders who have absolutely no love or compassion for the cats as a living, loving animals and pets.

Inhumane cat breeders view registered cats as PRODUCTS to be mass produced for profit.

Breeding is defined solely as a business. The more kittens produced, the greater the sales. Therefore, for these cat breeders, quantity of cats & kittens is the goal — not quality or health of each animal’s life.

Consumers are often unaware of these:

1. breeding conditions
2. physical & psychological health issues and buy based on how cute the animal looks.

- Our goal is to bring this information about inhumane cat breeding to the public so the potential buyers can become informed about what is happening to our registered cats, along with the trusting buyers who have to horrible burden of caring for sickly pets they purchased.


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Dec 11, 2010 Cat breeding
by: Anonymous

As long as healthy, adoptable cats are being euthanized because there are not enough homes there is no such thing as ethical cat breeding.

Aug 01, 2010 Breeding Cats
by: Maggie Sharp

This is why when buying a pedigree cat, you HAVE to do background research of the breeder. Otherwise you may be purchasing an abused and mistreated cat, and supporting a cruel cause.

I do approve of breeding cats, but only as a passionate hobby. ANYONE who breeds cats as a business should not be able to even own a cat...

I own a pedigree cat, and I know how dedicated humane cat breeders are. I approve of cat breeding and showing so long as the welfare of the cat is the main concern.

As to what Ruth said, those breeders should suffer from the same fate that they tried to subject their beautiful cats to! My Chilli cannot be shown or bred due to a kink in his tail, but that does NOT mean he should die, does it! It's insane and sick that anyone would kill a cat because they can't make money out of that cat...

Jul 29, 2010 Thank you
by: Ruth

Thank you Rose Marie for caring about those unfortunate cats.
I live in the UK and we don't have the number of cat breeders you do but I do know that some of the ones we have are only out for the money and the prestige they have from the cats.
For example our friend/neigbour had a beautiful black Persian who the breeder was going to have PTS because he wasn't good enough to show or to breed from.He had 15 happy healthy years with our friend,he died peacefully just a few weeks ago. She also has an 8 year old cream Persian slightly 'imperfect' and doomed to death as a kitten.
I don't approve of showing cats,it's an un-natural life for a cat !
Nor do I approve of cross breeding wild and domestic cats,surely there are enough breeds already that wild cats don't have to have their natural wildness bred out of them.
I wish people would see the beauty of every ordinary cat needing a home.
It seems so wrong to breed more when there are already so many homeless.

Kattaddorra signature Ruth

Jul 28, 2010 Hi
by: Michael

Thanks for sharing Rose Marie. I agree that there are some awful breeders who do a lot of damage to the cat breeding business as a whole and there is an argument that there is no place in the USA for cat breeders until we stop killing over 2 million cats in the USA each year.

I think there is a place in the world for cat breeders provided they perform to the highest of standards and always in the interests of the cat.

I don't know of any body that regulates the standards of breeders. The Cat Fanciers Association do not monitor or regulate their registered breeders. They make a point of saying that they can't vouch for them.

I find this odd and wrong. It is probably a financial thing - the cost of monitoring is too high but if there were fewer cat breeders and if they were all excellent the profile of cat breeding would be much higher.

Are you against all cat breeding or just the bad ones?

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