HomeCat NewsThe ‘new normal’ caused by COVID-19 may make this the worst kitten season ever for feral cats


The ‘new normal’ caused by COVID-19 may make this the worst kitten season ever for feral cats — 7 Comments

  1. This is a fabrication of your own imagination, not based on any facts.

    FACT: TNR has only managed to sterilize less than 1% of cats in any area in any country. People not doing TNR will do nothing to change cat birthrates (based more on climate and food availability). The only thing Covid-19 will do to practicing TNR is deprive practitioners of their psychopathy and psychoses that they are actually accomplishing anything at all with their lives.

    • TNR is gaining traction as the only humane way of controlling feral cat numbers and managing colonies. You always have to insult people don’t you? You need to look at yourself and ask why.

      • TNR has been practiced in the UK, the cat-lover capital of the world, for 70 years. Well over half of a century and you only managed to triple your feral cat population by how well TNR works. You even made your ONE AND ONLY native cat species EXTINCT by promoting TNR. TNR has been practiced over 30 years everywhere else because you managed to sell your blatant lies. And still it hasn’t made even ONE dent in any cat populations ANYWHERE on earth.

        If that’s your idea of “gaining traction” I have a set of bald snow-tires coated in oil that I’d like to sell you for “traction”. You’d buy them too if I lied to everyone as well as all of you.

        Just keep lying to yourselves and everyone else on earth, that’ll solve it! LOL

        You should run for President of the USA, you lie to and deceive everyone almost as much as Trump does! You’d fit right in!

  2. I live in va. And I do tnr.its hard when gets r closing the door but I have an awesome vet that takes care of my crew and I found that anicira in Harrisonburg is still doing the surgery, but they come out to you to pick up the animals.

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