The City of Edmonton Needs a High-Intensity 'Trap-Neuter-Return' (TNR) Cat Program NOW

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Christopher Collins
1 day ago
Because I like to help as much as possible

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Elaine Baker
1 day ago
The poor wee things. They are the victims of human failure. Protection and action is needed urgently to stop the suffering being imposed on them.

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mandy wilson
2 days ago
I so strongly agree with this those poor female cats shouldn’t be having kittens while they are kittens themselves & not only that it’s not right for male cats to rape female cats & the female cats once have had kittens it’s not long before they get pregnant again & again I have 6 cats they were all done before they could go out because I don’t agree with my male cats getting female cats pregnant plus I wouldn’t want my female cats to get pregnant I have done the same with my dogs too anyway back to these poor cats & kittens they need to be done so that there is not as many homeless cats on the streets

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Karen Philp
3 days ago
I'm signing because TNR programs make life better for cats and humans. It's that simple.

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Leissa Nixon
4 weeks ago
I care

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Barbara Speelman
Mar 21, 2021
This is a cause that’s very important to me. I have always been a pet owner and Izzy cat was a feral

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Melanie Lien
Mar 21, 2021
The overpopulation of feral cats is out of control. Cats feed on birds and rodents but the bird population is being affected by the excessive hunting by cats.

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Gloria Navan
Mar 20, 2021
TNR works.

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Kristen Antonello
Mar 20, 2021
I have seen firsthand the suffering of community cats in Edmonton. They deserve better.

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linda turcotte
Mar 20, 2021
These creatures are abandoned and left to struggle in the wild, facing disease, starvation, and are prey to other animals in the wild. These are domestic animals and deserve humane treatment.