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by Dee Walmsley
They do multiply!
local coyotes, freed of an easy meal will now have to contend with
eliminating the local rodent population and neighbours with manicured
gardens can put away the moth balls etc. that really never did stop that
“damn” cat from using the soft soil as its personal toilet.
our fine fancy feline will become fat and lazy
fact ‘ol Sylvester will be more content without natures urges to mate,
and your Queen cat won’t be caterwauling through-out the house night
and day while in heat.
we allow two cats and their surviving kittens to breed for 10 years and
each cat has two litters a year with 3 kittens surviving from each
litter we end up with;
year - 12
Stray and unwanted cats fill the cages at local animal shelters. A high percentage of them are killed, not adopted. If you are looking for a cat, consider adopting an older cat from an agency. Kittens are cute but require more care than adult cats. Do not purchase any animal without thinking through your decision. Think of it as a long-term investment costing you at least $200 a year in vet bills for shots etc. If you can’t afford food, litter or medical treatment or if you work long hours and don’t have the time to devote to a pet, Don’t adopt! Instead try visiting your local shelter and lending a helping hand.
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