Kathleen Stratton
Kathleen Stratton

animals are Gods creatures, they share this planet with us,

Virginia Melendez
Virginia Melendez
  • Kathleen Stratton

I agree with you. However, birth control pets, like dogs and cats, it is urgent to do, especially for the poor animals. His suffering is inhumane.

Richard Schiavoni
Richard Schiavoni

in my mind this is not right the poor animals we all need to do our share and save them I do donate but will always do more.

Judy Anderson
Judy Anderson
  • Richard Schiavoni

Hi

Marilupe Tanco
Marilupe Tanco

Stop to kill animals please!

Everett Lockhart
Everett Lockhart

it well help keep unwanted dog& cat from going hungey

Joyce Grant
Joyce Grant

I have a maltease and poodle. she has been fixed and she means so much to me.She never goes outside without me being there.There are other dogs running loose in my neighborhood all the time.You would think that there owners would be more protective of them.

Bea Dehostos
Bea Dehostos

We have to all be responsible in our lives, our childrens lives as well as our pets.

Asha Kate Gratton
Asha Kate Gratton

Too many innocent animal lives are lost because of careless owners

Gina Muller
Gina Muller

1st of all, it’s not ‘killing’ – killing is a harsh word. Rather see it as a way of helping an animal to heaven in a peaceful manner, with no pain and suffering.
2nd of all, love is not enough, it does not feed that starving animal. Put a picture in your mind of an animal dying of hunger and starvation; riddled with ticks, fleas and worms and maybe an eye infection and with mange. You know how you feel when you’re just a little hungry, you start sweating, your blood sugar drops and your...

1st of all, it’s not ‘killing’ – killing is a harsh word. Rather see it as a way of helping an animal to heaven in a peaceful manner, with no pain and suffering.
2nd of all, love is not enough, it does not feed that starving animal. Put a picture in your mind of an animal dying of hunger and starvation; riddled with ticks, fleas and worms and maybe an eye infection and with mange. You know how you feel when you’re just a little hungry, you start sweating, your blood sugar drops and your heart starts beating faster, but now you can’t talk and you can’t go to the bread bin and make yourself a quick sandwich, or have a glass of water; there is just NO food or water, and NO one cares, everyone kicks you out of the way or chases you down the street, and now you’re thirsty as well, your mouth and throat are so dry, just a drop, please, but you can’t talk or explain – you’re helpless. And to make matters worse, you might be pregnant as well. Now see that animal in your mind, dying like this. Or being run over by a car and left to die? Is that not killing?
Do you visit the animals of your local shelter daily, the ones that you love, do you walk them, do you help fund the shelters where these animals are kept? Do you help pay the vet bills and the rehabilitation of some of these abused animals? Is it okay to keep these animals forever in shelters and cages when they don’t find their forever homes? Have you ever thought of what the people, who run these shelters, endure daily when coming across neglected, abused animals? It is heart breaking and not something I am capable of doing, so I can only support them financially and trust their better judgement when euthanizing these animals.
We live on a smallholding, and over the weekend, we found a small pup, 3 months max, (that’s 12weeks by the way) a few yards away from the house, barking. I picked her up, she was dirty and thin, I thought she was going to pass out. Immediately I gave her a bath and as I put her in the water, she gulped it up. After drying her a little, I gave her a few puppy pellets to eat, which she gulped up as well. At the same time I dewormed and deflead her. She came to us, she is here to stay, but as with all my other animals, she will be spayed. Where did she come from? I don’t know, but I do know that there more animals like her out there that have a terrible life. We also have feral cat which we feed, probably dumped by someone whose cat had a litter and did not know what to do with them. Maybe he was only one to survive?
And 3rdly, 11 000 animals die daily… Get yourself a pen and paper and a calculator. Cats and dogs come into season twice a year. Now make the calculation. One dog/cat has on average of a litter of 6 twice a year, that’s 12 pups/kittens, but she is never spayed, so depending on her condition, she can have pups until any age, let’s say 10 years. And then every female pup/kitten born to this dog/cat has their own litter of 12 a year when not sterilized. And the litters have more litters. Then there’s the male that mates with more than one female a season. Should he mate with 10 females and each has a litter of 6 for the next 10 years and then these animals have their own litter of 12 a year. The calculation is endless.
And that’s why we sterilize our domestic animals.

Nirav Tarkas
Nirav Tarkas

Because they are innocent and helpless creatures against dangerous machinations of human race. Let the animals neuter human being for their health and safety. No double standards.

Jano Haddad
Jano Haddad

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