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Postby one843 » Tue, 04 Sep 2007 11:56 am

Selective culling should only be done when the survival of the species is an objective.

If you only fix the Toms then what if all the sudden one day there are no fertile Toms running around to maintain the population.

The reason you have all the hungry cats that look as if they are going to die is because of overpopulation. Too many cats not enough food. Not enough food skinny and disease ridden animals.
Eventually they will starve to death or worse yet a cat will get a disease and spread it all across the island.

Can you imagine what that would be like. Dead cats laying all over the place.
I can even imagine how explosive the rat population rise.

Think about it those cats that you see all over that look happy go Garfield lucky. They get fat from eating. If we get rid of all the strays what ever they are eating would be left for us to look at and walk around.

Strays are our nocturnal garbage men.

However the population must be controled.
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