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Updated: 10/11/2013 4:43 pm
A Chico woman says her cat was trapped, anesthetized, and ear-clipped without her permission.  Barbara Shultz says her cat "Kitty" disappeared for two days, then showed up with a shaved belly and a clipped ear.  She says the Chico Neighborhood Cat Advocates trapped Kitty while she was across the street with several other feral cats.  Barbara says once they realized Kitty had been fixed, they should have released her without clipping her ear.  The Neighborhood Cat Advocates say the universal sign of having been spayed or neutered is an ear clip.  They say their policy is to clip the ear of any cat found outside to avoid trapping and anesthetizing the same cat twice.  The non-profit group has been operating in Chico for nearly a year, and they estimate they've spayed or neutered around 500 cats.  But they're about to run out of funding.  If you would like to sponsor the group, call (530) 895-1791.





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NatureAdvocate - 10/12/2013 4:28 AM
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Hint: if permanently solving cat-hoarder's ILLEGAL TNR invasive-species colonies by stepping up their rate of "attrition" (i.e. death by any means); look around for any game/field/trail-cameras that might be hidden from view, collect them as a souvenir and payment for your well-deserved efforts. The only thing worse than having a feral cat colony around, is drawing TNR psychotics right to your home. / Google: LOEWS HOTELS FERAL CATS, if you want to see what these whack-jobs do. / Another replay of what these sociopaths did to Loews Hotels -- Google for: CATS VENICE COMPLEX REPRIEVE / A $150 million renovation project for low-income housing put on hold, jobs lost, money lost, homeless still homeless, court costs and lawyers, just to save a few of their feral vermin c-Rats. The worst part, the majority of TNR'ed cats suffered inhuman deaths from TNR-practitioners' "death by attrition" re-abandonment philosophy. (Road-kill, poisons, cat & animal attacks, etc. Their feel-good term of "death by attrition".) / Similar scenarios are found by Googling for feral cats and churches, universities, hospitals, malls, apartment complexes, etc. Cat-lickers delusionally believe that any land a cat has put a paw on is their own property and they can manipulate and control the owners and all laws on it. / This is precisely why everyone is learning to destroy all cats on their properties as quickly and quietly as possible. Telling nobody beforehand about the cats even being there. Long before these cat-licker psychotics get wind of the cats. Shoot cats first, tell no-one later. The only thing worse than feral cats, are feral cat-lickers. You can legally shoot the former, not the latter. You need to pay lawyers and courts to get rid of the latter. THEN you can get rid of their cats. And the sad part is, that's EXACTLY what happens, each and every time. / People are wising-up. If ANY cats are around they destroy every last one of them first, before they make any other move.

NatureAdvocate - 10/12/2013 4:17 AM
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If you doubt what I claim about TNR-cat-hoarding addicts practicing "TNR-On-A-Budget", then perhaps you might enjoy this post I found to again prove everything I say is 100% true. They don't talk about this practice too openly, just like they like to hide their cat-hoarders' colonies and how they attempt to do so (also revealed in the thread this post was taken from, verifiable link below). / "Chris Cook / We had a culling of the neighborhood cats 2 years ago when there were only 10 or so (I lost 4 under my care in the same week). Now there's over 25 - that I know about (about half fixed)... it's just a matter of time before someone decides they have the 'solution' to the cat 'problem'. All I can do is get them tipped (in case Animal Services gets them, there's a small chance they'll release them back to the area they caught them) and hope for the best by making my own yard a hidden sanctuary of sorts. At least my HOA knows I'm TNRing them and not just feeding them so they (for now) look the other way while slamming the feeders-and-breeders who contributed to the problem getting out of hand and refusing any and all offers of assistance." / from: facebook D0T com SLASH permalink D0T php?story_fbid=295067530554567&id=110911218963121 / Not only is this criminally irresponsible TNR practitioner hoarding and feeding unsterilized cats, they even attracted MORE cats to keep reproducing -- which again disproves their oft-spewed "vacuum effect" LIE. While also lying to their HOA to boot. They even believe that what they are doing _is_ TNR, that's just how demented these people are. I'd say this person reflects the norm rather than the exception, since TNR advocates relentlessly lie about so much and so often.

NatureAdvocate - 10/12/2013 4:14 AM
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After cat-lickers have hijacked your lives, homes, properties, and lawmakers (with their usual bullying and death-threats) to get their TNR con-game programs into your area (like forcing no-kill policies, etc.) the usual course of action that is spreading across the country is .... 1. Wait until these cat-lickers have bankrupted themselves sterilizing all their c-rats (if they even bother to do what they claim, see below). 2. Cull their TNR colonies by any means possible, stepping up their rate of attrition. (See "hint" below of how to do this so you don't bring psychopathic cat-lickers into your own lives and turn your own lives into a living heII as well.) After-all, this is how cat-lickers want all their cats to die you know, by "attrition". Their feel-good term for letting ALL their cats die gruesome inhumane deaths. 3. Rinse & repeat. And here's exactly why you HAVE TO do this: Not long ago I learned that TNR cat-hoarders practice a form of "TNR-On-A-Budget". Those who want to keep feeding their cats but can't afford all that mucking-about and getting them sterilized or vaccinated just trap the cats and clip the cats' ears themselves. Releasing them again right after clipping their ears. Doing their best to hide all evidence of where they keep these colonies and telling few about them. If the cat is trapped again it just gets released right there so the cat-hoarder can continue to dote-over and feed their unsterilized and unvaccinated cats. Plus everyone else who might happen on their secret cat-hoarding locations now have fewer concerns about them still overbreeding or spreading deadly diseases. The TNR cat-hoarder feeder just tells them, "Oh, don't worry. See that clipped ear? They are sterilized and vaccinated. Perfectly fine and legal!" Thanks to these "TNR-On-A-Budget" psychotics, clipped-eared cats must be trapped and euthanized or destroyed on-site -- the only affordable and sane solution for everyone.
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