Felinicide doesn’t work, TNRM does


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From Dawn’s blog:

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Stanford

An article about the Stanford Cat Network – very interesting. It’s similar to some of the campus programmes in Singapore. It’s nice to see a community getting together to do something for the cats.

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posted by Dawn @ 10:41 AM

TNRM effectiveness at a globally vaulted institute of higher learning. Who can argue with the 20-year history and chronology of success? If only Singapore’s town councils will open thier eyes and SEE, rather than decree ridiculous blanket bans that does no one any good.

View the agreement that the Stanford Cat Network has with the university management here. (pdf format) Social enterprise – that is what TNRM is, in essence. Afterall, the homeless domestic cat didn’t ask to be homeless. WE, humans, put it there. We should do what we can to unhomeless the ones out there, or failing that, to reduce their numbers.


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