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neutering and spaying

  I believe  that animals have a rights.  If animals could talk  hey would say no to spaying and neutering. They would most likely say that  .

 

There other operations to keep them from having baby's . There more morally right to because they will not effect there sexual desire or involve the removal of a body part.

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4 points

Sterilization of pets is only one answer to overpopulation of strays. We also operate kennels where we gather and kill stray dogs and cats. Should we pursue prevention or killing as a solution to stray cat and dogs. It is most certainly a problem for animal lover's everywhere who don't want these strays to suffer a life of lonely scavenging or being captured and killed.

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goodmale(1459) Disputed
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How about we stop put them down and stop neutering and spaying all together. I'm for sure a animal lover and have spent my whole life being by there side nature will balance its self out trust me. We human try to balance out in the rivers but now we, don't know what to put in the rivers to eat the carp. Thanks to us I most catch carp, there is no real overpopulation of dogs and cats its just us not wanting the strays eating are garbage, live stock, being in are yards or in the streets, shoot if a crazy driver had her own way she would ban everyone off the streets but her, because even we don't like each other on the streets.

Please just say no to spaying and neutering, because there is a different operation just ask the vet office but it may cost like 10 dollar's more.

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3 points

How about we stop put them down and stop neutering and spaying all together. I'm for sure a animal lover and have spent my whole life being by there side nature will balance its self out trust me.

No, it won't. That is why you run into things like deer populations booming out of control and destroying entire ecosystems.

We human try to balance out in the rivers but now we, don't know what to put in the rivers to eat the carp. Thanks to us I most catch carp, there is no real overpopulation of dogs and cats its just us not wanting the strays eating are garbage,

Many of us don't want the strays because we already have dogs and cats, hence the overpopulation.

live stock, being in are yards or in the streets, shoot if a crazy driver had her own way she would ban everyone off the streets but her, because even we don't like each other on the streets.

What the hell are you trying to say?

Please just say no to spaying and neutering, because there is a different operation just ask the vet office but it may cost like 10 dollar's more.

Then tell us, specifically, what other option there is to prevent litters from cats and dogs from being born hungry and cold just to lead a feral life in a habitat they are not adapted to live in?

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AaylaRaven(22) Disputed
1 point

Killing them does nothing to curb population. Do some research. Its not that difficult, you're already on the internet.

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2 points

Feral dogs and cats are a significant problem to wildlife.

Thousands of dogs and cats are put down every year.

Animal refuge organisations like the RSPCA should not have to take responsibility for other peoples irresponsibility.

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goodmale(1459) Disputed
1 point

So does that mean the animals have to pay the price.

Dogs and cats can survive on there own, it just that humans don't want them in are garbage or a stray dog attacking a person. We put them down for nothing, humans get special care but no animals just need a shot or they just don't have space to put them, and bam to death row. There's more humans than dogs and cats put together, there is for sure no over population of cats and dogs.

Yes the RSPCA should because people like me gives them money to, yes I send money but doesn't mean I like everything they do.

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goodmale(1459) Disputed
1 point

Dogs and cats are not a problem to wildlife, because it's humans that are a problem to wildlife. If anything we could says kids in Africa are a problem because millions of them die a year, because of hunger or disease, so should we just start neutering and spaying them?

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DKCairns(869) Disputed
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Your premise that feral dogs and cats are not a problem to wildlife is an uneducated comment. You are probably confusing stray with feral.

If you were to take the time to research your response you would understand that feral animals cause considerable damage and harm

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AaylaRaven(22) Disputed
1 point

We send them contraception and educate them to try and help them with unwanted (sometimes dangerous) pregnancy, disease and another mouth they cannot afford to feed. So yeah, we kind of do..

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1 point

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Hellno(17745) Banned
1 point

I think you should be neutered before you harm some innocent animal.

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goodmale(1459) Disputed
1 point

Why me what have I done?

Please don't troll and answer the topic intelligently, please and thank you 😃

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Hellno(17745) Disputed Banned
1 point

Actually this is the most serious argument I've posted in months.

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1 point

The overpopulation of animals (because of human ignorance) is responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent animals every year. If more people would spay and neuter, and take advantage of TNR programs, and NOT BREED ANIMALS - there would be no reason to murder them in shelters every single day. If you are against spaying and neutering, you are responsible for the needless deaths of millions of perfectly healthy, innocent lives every single year.

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I feel so so sad everytime when I see a neutered or spayed animals. I believe there is no excuse for this to happen.

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flewk(1192) Clarified
2 points

They are spayed and neutered because there are almost 70 million stray cats in the US alone. It is just economics.

Try to imagine if there were 120 million (dogs and cats estimate) homeless people in the US and they were able to survive and breed. What do you think the government would do?

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goodmale(1459) Disputed
1 point

Who fault was that?, it was are fault all the cross breeding and other thing's like that caused it. And honestly 70 million is a healthy population amount, unlike us over 400 million humans in the U.S. but if you think about it the homeless rate would be 1 homeless person on every street.

We don't need a big population to survive because were smarter but cats, dogs, and other animals need a very big population to survive.

There a place in Britain where there is like 20 to 30 cats on each street but guess what nobody cares there because it's not a problem. America thinks it would become a problem but it wouldn't truly. Look up (3 mouth cat research behavior study).

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I will opine that animals cannot consent, so, this practice does not have my seal of approval.

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1 point

Animals can consent, but not to this subject because they don't understand what this means.

Side: against
1 point

You sure you can't just read their "body language"?

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