WITH THEIR LIVES
The proliferation of stray animals in our communities is a human-created problem. They are here as a direct result of human-driven activities – a thriving live pet trade, irresponsible breeding and pet abandonment.
An average of 10,000 cats have been put down every year for the past 10 years. Yet we continue to let breeding and abandonment go unchecked year on year, killing the excess when it becomes embarrassing.
Isn’t it time we face up to the root cause of stray proliferation?
EVERY 24 HOURS, 27 CATS ARE CULLED