Why I Hate Cats

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Subject: Why I Hate Cats
From: "Warren Thompson" <>
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2011 12:36:20 +1100
True, Peter. They may care but up in this neck of the woods they don't do
anything other than caring. That doesn't cost the council money enforcing
the Companion Animal Act. I'd rather see a little less caring and a little
more action.

Yes it is a problem but you are wrong to say "no one cares"


-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Warren
Sent: Monday, 21 November 2011 4:42 AM
Subject: Why I Hate Cats

>From personal experience of dumped cats and a cache of sugar glider 
>tails in
a corner of a barn and a feral cat in residence just add strength to my
belief that there should be a bounty paid on all cats not confined to a cage
and the owners of "domesticated" moggies should confine them to escape proof
runs.   In this area Council Rangers, National Parks and RSCPA combined to
attempt to reduce cat numbers on a property where it was alleged several
hundred cats were being fed  around the house and were spreading through the
bush. We are forced to take steps to reduce wild dogs on our properties and
yet we can have a fence to fence carpet of feral cats and no one cares.

Warren Thompson


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