The "Myth" of Pet Overpopulation?
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    DefaultThe "Myth" of Pet Overpopulation?

    Found this and thought some might be interested. I am not promoting the position. I just thought that so many on the board are passionate on the subject that it might be of interest.
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    DefaultRe: The "Myth" of Pet Overpopulation?

    I couldn't find the link to the interview. I got to the main page, but it appears the actually interview has been taken off.

    I have to say though, I strongly disagree with the premise that there is no pet overpopulation.

    My local shelter is a no kill shelter despite what the article written in the local newspaper a while ago said and that shelter is brimming with cats.

    In the student neighbourhood there are a million and one stray cats. Scott's neighbourhood (not in the student area) is also over-run with cats. He now has 3 cats. One we adopted from the SPCA, one from the streets of Toronto and one that showed up at his backyard.

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    DefaultRe: The "Myth" of Pet Overpopulation?

    Hmm, that sounds very interesting! I will have to listen later (on my way out in a few).

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