I agree to some extent Keith, but unlike you my beliefs are at leat
loosely based in the real world. While it is easy to wish that all
cats were just dead, I propose that harm minimisation of the actuality
might be more productive.
Or alternatively, you could wallow in bitterness and resentment hoping
that the whole thing will just go away. I've ot a pretty good idea of
which method will produce the most positive results.
On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 6:55 PM, Keith Weekes <> wrote:
> Well done Evan. More promotion of cat ownership and even links to supportive
> web pages. Just what we need. Good on you mate.
> For me I put cat owner, banders, wind farmers (of which you are a vocal
> supporter I note) and egg collectors all in the same nest.
> If we could find some biological method to exterminate you all I'd be for
> 2008/6/13 Evan Beaver <>:
>> For all the responsible cat owners:
>> And for responsible cat haters:
>> Apparently (I've got a mate at the Cat Protection Society) cats fall
>> under the companion animal act and you are allowed to remove strays
>> from your property using appropriate force, and in a humane manner.
>> Also, the way to lobby against these rules, or if you think your
>> council should have a curfew is to write to your local member, State
>> and Federal, and tell them you won't vote for them unless they support
>> a curfew. Some councils (Taren Point as an example) don't 'believe' in
>> stray cats, stating that they are all just 'lost'. A bit of lobbying
>> here and there could see some positive results.
>> On 6/13/08, Beth Mantle <> wrote:
>> > No, Simon, I don't think it is acceptable. That is why I support
>> > responsible cat ownership.
>> > Beth.
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