I'm with you on this one, Cherry. I can understand the problem, and perhaps there needs to be a collection and euthanasia of a lot of them, but hunting and shooting them?? <br><br>Ahem, and some say this country is not obsessed with guns?<br><br>
That is almost an insane idea, well its is insane - Cats are not like wild animals that would be found like Deer in a remote forested areas - rather more like found in peoples backyards around rubbish cans, parking lots yada yada < --- they really want hunters to open up in populated areas cuz thats whats gonna happen.<br><br>Theres got to be better programs<br><br>
Only .02% of the eligible populace voted on the legislation. But, at least it WAS put to a vote. And NOW some want to start a petition against the act? Should've cried louder when the vote was at hand! May as well petition for a new American leadership; would provide the same result - nada.<br><br>
But what about the birds?? Doesn't anyone care about birds? <br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Some experts estimate that 2 million wild cats roam Wisconsin, and the state says studies show feral cats kill 47 million to 139 million songbirds a year.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>I have a cat. I like cats. But heck...I'm all for getting rid of them if they affect the native population. Just ask residents in Australia about cats and native species.<br><br>
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