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  1. Evelyn Calderas
    December 7, 2019 @ 10:41 pm

    HI Marianne, it is the same in my area where I live, I totally understand what you go through but that’s why I learned to focus on the animals and only them, because other than that I will go crazy with so many useless people who always say they dont have money or time to fix their pets but omg…for parties every saturday…of course there is money!
    My advice is , focus on the help and goodness you’re going to do to the animals by volunteering doing TNR, I always think that I can change the life of the animals but I cannot change the mentality of the so called “humans” most of the time.
    Don’t give up please 🙏

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  2. Deborah lalwani
    December 8, 2019 @ 12:04 am

    Very important info shared am happy to read n be a part of it.

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  3. Erin wichmann
    December 8, 2019 @ 12:06 am

    I just watched a news story where a guy repurposed old coolers (the big ones, like for tailgating) as feral cat shelters. Check it out seems brilliant to me 😉

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  4. Erin wichmann
    December 8, 2019 @ 12:08 am

    I just watched a news story where a guy repurposed old coolers (the big ones, like for tailgating) as feral cat shelters. Check it out seems brilliant to me 😉https://fox13now.com/2019/11/12/utah-man-creates-cat-coolers-to-help-feral-cats-escape-winter-cold/

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  5. Dee
    December 8, 2019 @ 12:30 am

    I can’t wait for when this BS is finally illegal. All you’re doing is enabling destruction of native wildlife (the cats’ lives matter but wildlife lives don’t, great) and prolonging the miserable existence characterized by suffering of the cats you delude yourself that you care about so you can feel like you have some kind of purpose.

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    • Mary
      December 8, 2019 @ 12:44 am

      Wow, bitter much?

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  6. Barbara Lambert
    December 8, 2019 @ 6:15 am

    Wow so much info. U all must be earth angels. We just took in 5 feral kittens. They will be getting fixed next month. So far we spend time with them playing petting holding etc. Easy cause we have no family nearby. We will try to find homes for most of them but do not plan to release outside. They r killed by predators. They’re named and have plenty of toys. I have an adult feral tabby 4 housecat 10 yrs. She is devoted companion. I have been rescuing and fing homes for mostly dogs and now cats 50 yrs. Its my calling. God bless each and every one who obeys God’s edict to care for His creatures.

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  7. Penny
    December 9, 2019 @ 12:25 pm

    To digress, cats are part of the ecosystem, ask any coyote. Nice plump tasty cats are on the menus.

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  8. Karen Spencer
    December 9, 2019 @ 10:48 pm

    Victoria do you read Restoring Ross? You will LOVE each other. He is restoring an 1860s home in Kansas, he is an architect, a great writer and saves cats. I will send him your blog too. Happy reading and cat saving!

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  9. Alexia
    January 5, 2020 @ 11:49 pm

    I really enjoy the blog and I appreciate your compassion for stray and feral cats. However, what you are saying about the effects of feral cats on bird and wildlife populations is patently false. I have a PhD in ecology and some of my friends have been studying this issue for decades. Feral cats in the U.S. kill BILLIONS of birds and small mammals every year. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology does not support TNR and very clearly states that cats are second only to habitat loss as the largest human-related cause of bird deaths.

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  10. Jennifer Patrick
    December 2, 2020 @ 8:29 am

    Thank you at the beginning, for posting a very good topic. We should keep a close eye on the habitat of pet cats. We should try to understand where the cats want to live. We need a good vision to keep pets in a safe place.

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