Carol Barber
Carol Barber

I think it is amazing that a world teeming with human beings can be cruel to animals because they don't like the fact that there are too many of them. Perhaps if people limited their numbers there would be more space for the other creatures that inhabit this planet. Neutering is a short-term answer and a necessary one, but the problem will continue to be exacerbated if the human polutation doesn't curb itself.

Gillian Robinson
Gillian Robinson

This is absolutely terrible. Is there nothing anyone can do about it.

Eva Garleanu
Eva Garleanu

It is not their choice, they cannot help themselves, lets prove that we are truly human.Have never offended a man making him the animal or vice versa.

Vrisiis Souli
Vrisiis Souli

These eyes...

Maureen Craven
Maureen Craven

NO EXCUSES FOR ANIMAL CRUELTY!

Novelloann Olding
Novelloann Olding

very very sad.

Zorica Radovanovic-Fatic

The neutering, actually, is one kind of cruelty. But it's less cruel than euthanasia. In any case, momentary, it's the best solution, cause there is too much animals at the streets of towns and all of them can't be adopted.

Ankie Ernst
Ankie Ernst

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Roxo Boxox
Roxo Boxox

In response to skipnorris; It may seem "kinda cruel" but it would be far kinder than allowing these animals to remain so prolific that they are Viewed Indifferently and treated with such callousness, which is what is happening now. We need a voluntary program world-wide to spay/neuter ALL strays and diminish their number naturally so that strays become rarer and therefore cease to be regarded as a pest.
On top of this; We need to acknowledge that every puppy we allow into the world deprives...

In response to skipnorris; It may seem "kinda cruel" but it would be far kinder than allowing these animals to remain so prolific that they are Viewed Indifferently and treated with such callousness, which is what is happening now. We need a voluntary program world-wide to spay/neuter ALL strays and diminish their number naturally so that strays become rarer and therefore cease to be regarded as a pest.
On top of this; We need to acknowledge that every puppy we allow into the world deprives yet another needy animals of a new home.
We cannot afford to be feeble about this. Those dog's lives depend on it.

Denise Casanova
Denise Casanova

That's still not an excuse.

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