Campus Cats Need to Stay

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Karen Krieger
2 years ago
This reminds me of the sneaky way Tulane 'acquired' the Silver Spring monkeys from a MD research facility, in the middle of the night in Covington, with Peter Gerone standing there, ready to put them through more hell. Tulane has an offer of free help, instead of paying a trapper. Their actions will mean certain death for the cats. The Tulane administration hasn't changed their cruel policies in 40 years. What a shame.

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Deborah Ohlsen
2 years ago
Ridiculous plan!!!

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Medha Bharadwaj
2 years ago
Save the cats! It is cruel to move these innocent fur babies to an unfamiliar environment. They may not survive. When I have visited my daughter at Tulane I have seen students sitting by them and petting them. It is well known about the emotional benefits of pets. These cats are Tulane students’ pets and it is obvious from seeing students interact with them, these cats bring students joy and comfort. Espiwhen they are so far from home. Please do not relocate these cats.

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RUTH Marciante
2 years ago
Tulane, please do not allow this to happen!!!

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Lindsay Hall
2 years ago
According to Alley Cat Allies relocation is only used as a last resort for feral cats. The community cat ordinance protects these cats. If these cats are relocated they will surely die. Be the example. They are altered and vaccinated and are not a nuisance. Do the Humane thing and let the cats stay.

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Diane Sandoz
2 years ago
You're hurting more than helping..TNR cats are good for the community.. thru are cared for by knowledgeable people... sending them away will surely kill them... leaving more cats to love in... STOP andbthink. Ask questions .. ask Bedt Friends... they have come here to help animal shelters do TNR
Thank you Diane sandoz

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Diana Godwin
2 years ago
Diana Godwin

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Diane Rogers
2 years ago
That has been there home for many years...

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Shari Rowland
2 years ago
They help
Comfort the kids and keep pests away. 

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Robert Johnston
2 years ago
A managed colony is much better than a unregulated colony that is breeding free will. Less destructive and with time phase out or to min. Levels. Unregulated colony will overtake the area even with trapping and relocating what they can before they get smart and no longer trappable and keep on breeding anyway.