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Old 09-27-2006, 06:12 PM   #11
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Yeah I think the animal shelter route with some humane traps would be the only solution that doesnt involve violence.

Most animal shelters are pretty full, so you might check to make sure theyre accepting them first.

Other solutions would be:


or the shotgun route mentioned earlier
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COME ON YOU GUYS! BE a little more realistic. Killing a animal is NOT THE solution. Killing a animal like a cat or dog just shows that you a very immature and inconsiderent of people'* pets.
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COME ON YOU GUYS! BE a little more realistic. Killing a animal is NOT THE solution.
x2, but what IS the solution.

What I would do is realize that these are animals, just like you and me. How would you like to be forced out of your habitat? What you need to do is get them in one place with some food, gate up the food, and give them away to people. That, in my mind, is the most humane way of dealing with it. Now, if it were ME, I'd embrace the cats by putting food out, etc.
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COME ON YOU GUYS! BE a little more realistic. Killing a animal is NOT THE solution.
x2, but what IS the solution.

What I would do is realize that these are animals, just like you and me. How would you like to be forced out of your habitat? What you need to do is get them in one place with some food, gate up the food, and give them away to people. That, in my mind, is the most humane way of dealing with it. Now, if it were ME, I'd embrace the cats by putting food out, etc.
at least they will keep mice away. Killing them is not the right solution.

What kind of meat does Chinese restaurants use these days? Cat or dog- I can't remember
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Talk to your local animal control office/whatever it'* called there, they have humane traps that they will usually give you for free.
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Yeah I think the animal shelter route with some humane traps would be the only solution that doesnt involve violence.

Most animal shelters are pretty full, so you might check to make sure theyre accepting them first.

Other solutions would be:


or the shotgun route mentioned earlier
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OK lets not jump all over members that may have typed something in a joking manner.
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There is the stuff they mention at the garden shops. Or go to a well established shop and ask the old guy behind the counter..he'll know.

Google further.. there'* tons of no toxic things you can do very low cost.
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Yeah I think the animal shelter route with some humane traps would be the only solution that doesnt involve violence.

Most animal shelters are pretty full, so you might check to make sure theyre accepting them first.

Other solutions would be:


or the shotgun route mentioned earlier
LOL That'* kinda what I had in mind..

But a humane (or felineane) trap would be the thing to do..
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