Maine shelters deal with tens of thousands of cats each year; 27 percent euthanized


BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

2 Responses

  1. BJ Bangs says:

    Some people just think that if they drop the cat off in the country or beside the road, they can fend for themselves. They may be able to catch a mouse, but they can’t fend off a coyote or other predators. Why cats are seen as disposable items is beyond me. Sad to say, I don’t know if this will ever stop. All we can do is work to help, and educate those who are willing to listen.

  2. fascinating information, BJ. It’s always amazing to me that people surrender their pets. they are my babies and I wouldn’t consider giving them away. totally foreign. even worse is people who drop them out in the country and let them run.

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