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What is the root cause of the environmental problems caused by free-ranging, stray, and feral pets?

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Solutions like trap-neuter-return don't seem to address the root of the them. submitted by /u/This_Caterpillar_330 [link] [comments]

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City of Albuquerque Being Sued for Trap-Neuter-Release Program

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The lawsuit alleges that the City of Albuquerque partnered with animal advocate groups to implement a Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) program in which stray or feral cats are trapped, sterilized, vaccinated, and then abandoned at the location at which they were trapped.

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National Feral Cat Day Didn’t Go As Planned

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They have been so successful in suckering cities and other municipalities into believing that they can solve their feral cat problems through Trap-Neuter-Return (T-N-R) that now citizens of those towns have had their eyes (and their noses) opened to what happens when the inmates run the asylum.

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10,000 Birds Launches Alley Rat Allies

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After careful consideration of all of the enlightened arguments that have been made by those in favor of Trap-Neuter-Return for feral cats in recent blog posts , we here at 10,000 Birds have been completely convinced by their well-thought-out, logical, and airtight conclusions.

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Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer

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The traditional, supposedly humane answer to the glut of feral cats has been institution of “TNR” programs – trap, neuter, return. There is evidence that toxoplasma leads, in humans, to an elevated risk of mental illness and depression.

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Why Did The National Audubon Society End Their Contract With Ted Williams?

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On 14 March, 2013, the Orlando Sentinel published an opinion piece by Ted Williams under the headline “Trap, neuter, return programs make feral-cat problem worse.”

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Feral Cats in American Cities

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There is a document on the web site of the state department of health pertaining to feral cats: The Department of Health does not endorse or oppose the concept of establishing properly managed cat colonies utilizing trap-neuter-return (TNR) techniques. Those who violate the ordinance can be fined $200.