But then you'll have to worry about the disease getting out of the country, and infecting wild animals overseas.
Only once PH introduces 5G to exonerate the complicity of the cats...https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-21236690
The content of this thread is too controversial and belongs in RUFFLED FEATHERS.
I admit I skimmed, and it was kinda odd when every time I stopped to deep-read, it was repeating the same concept. Are all research papers like this? |:S|
I don't mean to be dismissive Samandag, and am curious what your point was. I perhaps missed the point skimming due to lack of time and the yawn-inducing verbosity and repetitiveness of the author.
I've never been able to understand the mentality of people who think it's OK to release cats to wander into their neighbours' gardens whether or not they may like it. To me, it seems inconsiderate and selfish. Society does not tolerate any other domesticated animal having such freedom.
In the meantime a cat - which at the time I didn't know was his - was, and still is, a regular visitor to my garden day and night where it poos much more offensively and stalks the birds at my feeders.
If his cat is still using your garden as a latrine, have you mentioned this at all? Perhaps you are polite and don't wish to cause any neighbourly ill feeling so you put up with it.
Me, I would happily remove the cat poo using a trowel back to the owners garden, varying the location of the projectile day by day.
When I was a young lad, it was a common sight to see packs of dogs roaming the streets, people used to put them out when they went to work. Then the mindset changed, it was discouraged, these days it's unusual to see a dog running loose, probably escaped, hopefully, the cat problem will go the same way.
:-C Yet the biggest parasite is HUMANS!!!! It's always easier to find something else to blame.