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post #51 of 78 (permalink) Old 10-17-2019, 09:11 AM
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Nobody should have to deal with the problems caused by someones free roaming cat. Free roaming cat or rat, not much difference, except the rat may cause less problems. A good cat owner will take care of their cats by keeping them on their property. A bad cat owner may have someone else take care of their cat, if they are a problem. Cat owners should be responsible for damages caused by their cats.
And they should have to wear a license tag like dogs do so you would know whose animal is causing the problems!

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So, the animals were killed because a human failed to properly care for them? One could argue that it would have been humane to quickly take care of them, but to drown them? Yeah.....that's the sign of a sick individual. It has nothing to do with a farmer's mentality.
Well, if you have never hung around a farmer way back when, or if you’re a younger person perhaps it’s a difficult concept for you. Every animal had its place & its job. When not needed efficient disposal was done. IDC what your thoughts are, that was how it was done.
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I have a 28ft semi trailer for storage. I have a nice black snake living above the 5th wheel plate. Been there for 5 years now( or could be offsprings) Mouse problem is at a minimal level. He doesn't bother any plants, smell like ammonia, or otherwise interfere around my place. Better than any dang cat.

I have a good cat story, but to be effective I'd have to use a word or two not permitted here, so it will have to lay on the back burner

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I have a good cat story, but to be effective I'd have to use a word or two not permitted here, so it will have to lay on the back burner
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A good cat owner will take care of their cats by keeping them on their property. A bad cat owner may have someone else take care of their cat, if they are a problem. Cat owners should be responsible for damages caused by their cats.
Plain and simple...ÖÖÖÖÖÖ.. If you love your pet, KEEP IT AT YOUR HOUSE !!!!!!!!
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that requires personal responsibility, something that is really lacking in this nation at this point in time.
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Well, if you have never hung around a farmer way back when, or if youíre a younger person perhaps itís a difficult concept for you. Every animal had its place & its job. When not needed efficient disposal was done. IDC what your thoughts are, that was how it was done.
No, itís not a difficult concept for me. I know many farmers and Iím on the high side of 50, so Iím not some young, wet behind the ears whipper snappers. But, Iím also not going to through a bag of cats or any animal into water to die a miserable death by drowning or any other method. See, if it has to be done, Iíll do it quickly and humanely.

Yeah, it takes a great big person to drown a bag of cats.
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i watched a farmer dust a cat with a 30-06 at 100 plus yards from the barn...KA-BLAM, i thought that cat got hit by lightning it dropped so fast.

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No, itís not a difficult concept for me. I know many farmers and Iím on the high side of 50, so Iím not some young, wet behind the ears whipper snappers. But, Iím also not going to through a bag of cats or any animal into water to die a miserable death by drowning or any other method. See, if it has to be done, Iíll do it quickly and humanely.

Yeah, it takes a great big person to drown a bag of cats.
They were not cats. They were kittens. Get over it.
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