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    Quote Originally Posted by lsb View Post
    Yes. It only takes a minute. Slice, pull, cut, repeat and watch the claws
    You are inhumane for doing that to a poor defens......just messing with you. Less feral cats the better. Beside they aren't defenseless those claws will tear you a new one.
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    The city closest to where I'm from has been sterilizing feral cats for a while now. The trap them, 'fix' them, then turn them loose. Supposedly it has helped. Idk
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    Quote Originally Posted by crappiekid24 View Post
    You are inhumane for doing that to a poor defens......just messing with you. Less feral cats the better. Beside they aren't defenseless those claws will tear you a new one.
    That's why you roll them up in a towel first.....keeps the claws at bay, mostly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SixShooter14 View Post
    The city closest to where I'm from has been sterilizing feral cats for a while now. The trap them, 'fix' them, then turn them loose. Supposedly it has helped. Idk
    I can't believe they turn them lose. Feral cats are the biggest predator for ground nesting game birds like quail and pheasant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsb View Post
    I can't believe they turn them lose. Feral cats are the biggest predator for ground nesting game birds like quail and pheasant.
    There are no game birds in town.

    Out of town where my parents live and have land there are no feral cats. They are killed by hawks, owls, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, people, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saskquatch View Post
    This!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SixShooter14 View Post
    The city closest to where I'm from has been sterilizing feral cats for a while now. The trap them, 'fix' them, then turn them loose. Supposedly it has helped. Idk
    That might be the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danesdad View Post
    That might be the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
    https://youtu.be/jIoOJKLHeY0

    This is probably the dumbest thing I've seen. Obviously, this guy has no idea about handling cats and pays the price.

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    What he should have done was extended his arms and started spinning around. Centrifugal force would have kept the cat far enough away to keep the guy from getting mauled. Maybe after he got spinning pretty good, he could have let go of the tether and the cat would have flown across the street. That occurred to me the instant the cat started getting out of hand. That's what I'd have done.

    I'm betting that one didn't get adopted.
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    I have a feeling throwing this cat across the street would just piss this cat off. Then he'd come back really angry!

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    Well, I would have taken my chances throwing it. Keeping it close was definitely not working out.
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