A colony of savage chats has invested in professional baseball stadiums for a very particular reason

A colony of feral cats has invaded the Oakland Baseball League Stadium since the pandemic. A TNR process aimed at controlling the population has been set up with respect for animal welfare. Many associations are invested in the endeavors.

The RingCentral Colosseum d ‘Oaklandin the state of California aux United States of America, is populated by about 50 wild cats since the pandemic made the 130-hectare stadium a suitable place for them to live. Indeed, it has become calm and for many rodents to hunt as well as food dumps full of food, offers all the benefits that wild cats seek.

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Wild cats are a scourge United States of America. Their population is said to represent nearly 32,000 individuals throughout the territory, mainly in urban areas.

Contrary to pet chats, they cannot be proposed for adoption. Unsocialized, they would not adapt to living indoors and would end up abandoned by their new owners.

There is also no question of dislodging them. “It would be like committing an act of cruelty.”explain Becky Robinsonpresident and founder ofAlley Cat Alliesassociation specializing in low cost sterilization programs.

Article illustration: A colony of wild chats invests in professional baseball stadiums for a very particular reason
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A human public policy: TNR

At the human solution TNR (Trap, Neutral, Return) was privileged in partnership with association Resources and adoption for island cats who manages the process. “RingCentral Coliseum d’Oakland officials are based on the well-being of discussions and the sharing of new goals for a humane solution.”stated Ann Dunndirector ofOakland Animal Services.

Les matous sauvages are therefore captured, sterilized, vaccinated and identified before being replaced in their habitat. They will thus be able to benefit from the fullness of life without danger. Moreover, this solution allows you to control the development of people. “TNR is a healthy public policy because it effectively manages the cat population in the community without any new kittens being born.”confirm Becky Robinson.

Article illustration: A colony of wild chats invests in professional baseball stadiums for a very particular reason

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A volunteer of theResources and adoption for island cats reports have DailyPaws that they have already taken care of 19 cats. They also collected 5 kittens “Adorable”who are young enough to be sociable and proposed for adoption.

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