|A neighbor's grandkids drew chalk stars, butterflies, and cats on the sidewalk.|
|Guy was happy to see me, and I him.|
He's a stray that a neighbor is caring for.
|One-eyed ginger, who has a home and humans, I'm told.|
|A mama kitty, whose three kittens hid from me.|
Folks think that they are being kind by feeding outside cats, but getting them TNR'd is what MUST BE DONE!
I speak of it to anyone who is interested, and to some who think it's someone else's problem.
Our communities need to get a grip on the overflow of intact cats; there are plenty of low-cost clinics in our area, and the county animal control will even assist with transporting trapped cats to the clinic and back again.
I certainly cannot TNR my entire neighborhood, nor can I force my way onto other people's properties...as much as I'd like to, to help cats.
I know I'm singing to the choir.
I am so very thankful for fosters, trappers, neonatal kitten feeders, and the veterinary folks who go above and beyond to help cats in need.
We cannot adopt our way out of this!
TNR! TNR! TNR!
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