- Club Med Turkoise ManagementCEO and Chef Du Village
Save the cats!
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Through donations from guests staying at the resort several people rounded up the stray cats in Club Med Turkoise and had them spayed and neutered. Because the island has an outrageously high number of stay dogs and cats, by spaying them it kept new cats from entering the hotel (reducing the population), and kept the now "resident cats" safe. After many years, Club Med has decided to euthanize them, despite the pleas of many. With your help by signing and spreading this information it can be brought to the attention of the CEO of this resort, forcing them to take responsibility as humans in taking care of these beautiful creatures. Show them that all lives matter, that corporations have a responsibility to give back to the community and must lead by example.
- CEO and Chef Du Village
Club Med Turkoise Management
Dear Club Med Management,
Club Med promotes happiness, but is that to euthanize local strays? These Club Med cats have been trapped and neutered/spayed with love through hotel guest donations and have been living on that property for many years. Not only do these cats help keep other stray cats out but they do not offer the threat of repopulating. Do the ethical and responsible thing and take care of the local wide life. All lives matter, big or small. Do your part. Show the world that it isn't just about economic gain and that Club Med has a heart. Offer a guarantee that these cats will be looked after humanely and if they are relocated, to a in a safe and healthy environment where they can enjoy life, and provide a liaison whom shall oversea their well-being, receiving updates on their health.
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