Johanna Van de Woestijne 
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Re: “Best Volunteer Animal Rescue Group

Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) is advertised as a tool to reduce feral cat numbers. Unfortunately, TNR programs have been overwhelmingly shown to fail to reduce feral cat populations while simultaneously maintaining feral cats on the landscape, where they contribute to wildlife and public health risks.

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Posted by Johanna Van de Woestijne on 07/24/2015 at 1:07 PM

Re: “Best Volunteer Animal Rescue Group

Do NOT feed ownerless cats. It just attracts more cats, raccoons, skunks etc. The fastest way to reduce feral cat numbers is trap and REMOVE them. If they are not suitable for re-homing, euthanise, and then go trap some more cats again before the next breeding cycle. Neutering and feeding cats does NOT reduce the feral cat population overall as the necessary neutering rates are never actually reached (95%) while intact cats immigrate to the food source, perpetuating the breeding problems.

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Posted by Johanna Van de Woestijne on 07/22/2015 at 8:28 AM

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