Hawaiian Island on Path to Exterminate 20,000 CatsPosted: March 14, 2015
Please urge council members to TNR and SAVE cats, NOT murder them!
The county of Kauai, one of the Hawaiian islands, assembled a nine member Feral Cat Task Force to make recommendations regarding the management of the community cat population. The county paid $30,000 for the report, issued in March 2014. The task force excluded the president of Kauai Ferals and was primarily comprised of individuals wishing to exterminate cats.
The final report highlighted the Billions and Billions of Birds myth often touted by cat haters and estimated the county’s feral cat population at 20,000. The 10 year goal, as stated in the report, is for the island to have “zero feral, abandoned and stray cats” which is obviously an unattainable and unrealistic goal. Gee, maybe they should have let the guy who knows feral cats have some input.
Among the recommendations made by the task force:
- Expand the cat licensing ordinance…
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