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    Maybe someone to manage a feral coyote shelter would be the answer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawbill View Post
    Define "fix".
    The article define the 'fix' as;

    The OSPCA says the only "economically viable and truly humane" way to manage feral populations is to trap them, have them spayed or neutered, and then release them back into the wild.
    I know a better and cheaper fix
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    Quote Originally Posted by patvetzal View Post
    Maybe someone to manage a feral coyote shelter would be the answer...
    Might not be that far off. As hunters one might argue if indeed there are 30 000 cats out there one might want not to shot coyotes in that area until numbers come down. Bit of nature taking care of itself. If we can't take care of the feral cats let the coyotes do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Might not be that far off. As hunters one might argue if indeed there are 30 000 cats out there one might want not to shot coyotes in that area until numbers come down. Bit of nature taking care of itself. If we can't take care of the feral cats let the coyotes do it.
    What says a hunter can't shoot a feral cat? Nothing in the F&W Act says you can't do it. Does anyone know of any law that says "no feeding high speed lead to fluffy"? I think it an option that needs to be looked into just at least to get a better understanding of what is or is not legal.

    Anyone know what cat tastes like? I am thinking like Pineapple chicken or sweet and sour pork......
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Other recipes??

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    Maybe cat cacciatore

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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Might not be that far off. As hunters one might argue if indeed there are 30 000 cats out there one might want not to shot coyotes in that area until numbers come down. Bit of nature taking care of itself. If we can't take care of the feral cats let the coyotes do it.
    i agree. Let the coyotes put a good dent in them for now and control the coyotes later once the cats are pretty mich gone.
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    What about farmers, do they like cats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwalker View Post
    What says a hunter can't shoot a feral cat? Nothing in the F&W Act says you can't do it. Does anyone know of any law that says "no feeding high speed lead to fluffy"? I think it an option that needs to be looked into just at least to get a better understanding of what is or is not legal.
    Firearm discharge rules would restrict any activity in or around most towns..
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    Quote Originally Posted by seabast View Post
    What about farmers, do they like cats?
    No we don't...I have one out in my barn that is like a ghost. I rarely see it, catch a glimpse of his tail occasionally. The dogs get pretty excited when they see it, so it doesn't venture anywhere near the house. It comes from the idiots place down he road that has, at her own admission, over 40 feral cats on her property that eventually wander away to her neighbours places.

    Attracting Coyotes to the area, for free cat dinners, is not a great idea...the consequences to my livestock trumps her desire to have cats.
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