National Feral Cat Day

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At the risk of beating a dead cat ...

I celebrated Feral-Cat-Day this year because every last one of hundreds of these man-made invasive species vermin is gone from my lands, and NONE have returned -- FOR FOUR YEARS NOW! Much to the chagrin of those fools who bought into that manipulative TNR-LIE of the "vacuum effect". Simple reason being, cats attract cats. (The origin and source of the "vacuum effect" LIE.) Get rid of every last one and there's none there to attract more of them. Simple as that.

You really can't celebrate until you've accomplished getting rid of every last feral-cat. Otherwise there's nothing to celebrate. You're just jumping around like a fool and an idiot, celebrating accomplishing ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

All NATIVE wildlife on my land is now returning to normal. Nature is once again back in balance, as it was, and as it should be. Native predators are no longer starving to death due to cats destroying their only food sources. No countless thousands of prey-specie animals being tortured to death for disemboweled and skinned-alive twitching play-toys for vermin cats. No longer are these invasive species cats spreading their deadly diseases to all animals and humans. There's MUCH to celebrate!

On advice of the sheriff I managed to do this by shooting every last one with a good .22 outfitted with a laser-sight and good illuminated scope for precision aim -- affording a humane and LEGAL kill each and every time. This method is as humane as it gets. One moment they are intently stalking some more defenseless and innocent animals to torture and waste for cats' play-toys, the next they are dead and don't even know what happened. They don't even have enough time to know they've been shot. This is even more humane than having them suffer the inescapable torment of being trapped in cages for days on end. Ever see a feral cat trapped in a cage and it throwing itself against the sides of the cage, ripping its own claws out on the mesh, desperately trying to escape until it is nothing but a bloody mess? Maybe some of you should witness that.

I urge everyone to rid their land of this devastating invasive species this way. It's the only way that can catch up to cats' unnatural breeding rates and their ability to out-adapt to any trapping methods used. If not, you'll be trapping them for an eternity as they continue to breed faster than your reach. Then the next generations of these vermin will have even learned to evade traps and won't even be able to be trapped.

Don't be so inhumanely cruel, heartless, spineless, and stupid by even attempting using TNR. Pitting cat against cat to fight-to-the-death for territory is no better than people who run dog-fight rings to see who wins -- those people face prison time and huge fines. And not only do you end up torturing your cats to death with TNR "attrition" (death by any means), but you are also torturing to death all the valuable native wildlife your cats senselessly waste and destroy for their screeching and writhing skinned-alive play-toys. If you want your cats to have fun tearing animals apart for your and their entertainment, then I suggest you go to pet-stores and buy canaries and hamsters to throw at your cats. That would be just as humane and it would be more ecologically responsible.

Study up too on how our rare and endangered marine mammals all around the world are now dying off in vast numbers from your cats' Toxoplasma gondii parasite from your disposed cat-litter and free-roaming cats. Your cats are worse than continental sized oil-spills when it comes to the environment.

Why aren't all cat-lickers serving life-sentences in prisons yet for their interminable crimes against all of nature and all of humanity? That's the only question that has yet to be answered.

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