Save The Cats Of Raj Bhavan | Karnataka
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The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike | BBMP, Received A Strongly Worded Letter, From An Official Of The Raj Bhavan, To Immediately Capture And Rehabilitate The Cats; Whose Home Area, Is The Raj Bhavan.
As Per The Article Featured In The Deccan Herald, A Source From The Raj Bhavan Stated That;
“The cats are very aggressive and cause trouble whenever the Governor goes out for a walk, especially with his dogs. The cats have even injured the dogs. The halls and private residence of the Governor and VIPs are littered with dirt due to these cats”
We Are Nothing But Truly Saddened To Learn That, The Governor’s Companion Dogs Are Troubled By The Cats, And That They Have Been Injured By Them; And We Hope That The Dogs Have Healed And Are Feeling Better.
A Copy Of The Letter Accessed By The Deccan Herald, Also Stated That;
“Raj Bhavan is witnessing an increased cat menace in recent times and we request you to trap these cats and rehabilitate suitably.”
With Due Respect, Bearing The Sensitive Situation With The Human And Animal Conflict, And As Importantly, The Increasing Transgressions Towards Animals, Particularly With Free Roaming Abandoned And Feral Animals; A Request Such As This, Is Not Only Disconcerting, But Dangerous.
With The Overbearing Implications Of The Human Population On Our Natural World, If Every Citizen Of Our Nation Were To Say That, Our Free Roaming Feral Animals Are An Inconvenience To Their Children, Their Companion Animals And To Them, Because Of Their Aggression And Because They Litter And Dirty Their Living Space, We Need To Ask Ourselves, This; ‘Where Might They Go?’
If Mr. Vajubhai Vala, As A Citizen In Public Service And Office, Would Standby Such Unlawful And Unconstitutional Requests; It Would Embolden Common Citizens To Question, Dismiss And Undermine Our Law And Our Constitution.
We Do Understand That, There Are Concerns; Which Could And Should Be Dealt With, Rightfully And Lawfully, With Compassion And Sustainable Measures.
Bearing Which, We Request That, Precedence, Be Set With This Situation, By Addressing The Global Impact Of Feral Cats, And Animals In Principle, By Endorsing More Acceptable Methods; Methods, That Have Been Successfully Implemented By Many Organizations And Civic Groups World Over.
A simple Trap-Neuter-Return | TNR Program; Is Not Only A More Humane Approach, But Also A Much More Viable And Cost Effective Approach To Controlling The Spiralling Feral Cat Populations.
As The Name Implies, This Program Involves Trapping Feral Cats, Neutering Them And Returning Them To Their Home Areas, Where They Can Live Out Their Natural Lives Without Reproducing, To Say The Least.
This Situation With Our Feral Cats, Is As Much About Human Intervention, As It Is About The Feral Cat’s Impact And Relationship With Our Shared Environment; It Is About The Failing Of Our Inter Species Partnership, As It Is About A Species’ Way Of Surviving In A Hostile Environment.
It Is Rudimentary To Understand And Address The Root Cause Behind Such Conflicts; The Man-Animal Conflict Is An Existential Crisis, Not For The Animals, But For Human Beings.
We Further Request And Urge, That This Situation, Not Only Be Considered Rightfully, Lawfully And Progressively, But Taken A Step Further, To Set Precedence, And Make History; Once The Cats Are Neutered And Returned, Let The Cats, Be The Mascots Of Raj Bhavan, Like ‘The Cats Of 10 Downing Street | London’ They Could Be ‘The Cats Of Raj Bhavan | Karnataka’, As They Truly Are, After All It Is Their Natural Habitat, Their Home.
We As The Citizens Of A Democratic Nation And Citizens Of The World, Shall Do Right By Our Duty, To Participate And Uphold Our Democracy And Moral Imperative As Humane Beings; And Hope, That Mr. Vajubhai Vala, The Governor Of Karnataka, As Our Representative In Public Office, Shall Do Right By His.
We Uphold Our Fundamental Duties, As Citizens Of India, As Stated In Article 51A.G, In The Constitution Of India 1949: To Protect And Improve The Natural Environment Including Forests, Lakes, Rivers And Wildlife, And To Have Compassion For Living Creatures; As Do We, By The Animal Birth Control | ABC Rules Of 2001
Shared Here Below, Is A Link, To The Article In Reference From The Deccan Herald Bangalore
After Cat Menace Raj Bhavan Sends SOS To BBMP
Niranjan Kaggere | DH News Service Bengaluru | Thur Dec 20 2018 00:17AM IST | Updated: Thur Dec 20 2018 02:11AM IST
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