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Leading cat charity reports 25% rise in unwanted kittens

In the first quarter of 2022, Cats Protection, the UK’s leading feline charity, has seen a 25% increase in the number of kittens being handed over to their adoption centres. As kitten season starts, the charity is offering neutering advice to prevent litters that can’t be cared for. Click the link below to read more.


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Frank Sterle
Frank Sterle
Jun 01, 2022

Along with individual people, society collectively can also be quite cruel towards cats, especially the 'unwanted', if not despised, felines.


It was reported a few years ago that Surrey (B.C.) had an estimated 36,000 feral cats, very many of which suffer severe malnourishment, debilitating injury and/or infection. And I was informed last autumn by Surrey Community Cat Foundation that, if anything, their “numbers would have increased, not decreased, in the last 5 years.” Yet the municipal government, as well as aware yet uncaring residents, did little or nothing to help with the local non-profit

Trap/Neuter/Release program, regardless of its (and others’) documented success in reducing the needlessly great suffering.


[That TNR program is the only charity to which I’ve ever…


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