Feral cats

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Subject: Feral cats
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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2015 15:45:50 +1030
I don’t know what virus they are working on or why because there already is one 
to hand.  Feline Enteritis  Without vaccination, which most domestic cats are, 
it kills cats very quickly.  However there is no point in injecting a cat with 
FE and turning it loose to infect other cats if it turns up its claws in 48 
hours.  You have got vaccinate it first, wait until it is fully immune, THEN 
give it a hefty dose of FE and turn it loose in the outback.  To make sure it 
is ‘found’ by feral cats a dose of the appropriate hormone (oestrogen or 
progesterone) would help and as an extra precaution spey or tie the spermatic 
cords.  One female seemingly on heat would attract males from miles around and 
vice versa.
David Robertson
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