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Friends of Feral Felines Friends of Feral Felines Home Join our Mailing List Email Address Close Donate / About Us / Upcoming Events / Contributors / Receive Email Updates / 4 Mar This is a colony cat that was brought to Niantic Animal Hospital on Saturday March 1, 2014 by a Friends of Feral Felines (FOFF) volunteer. The volunteer thought the cat was dead as he was non responsive and cold. The cat had a life threatening urinary blockage due to being fed Meow Mix dry food. He is recovering after 4 days of urethral and intravenous catheterization. Cats are strict carnivores, and Meow Mix’s first ingredient is GROUND YELLOW CORN. Go to fda.gov/food and read that the ingredient that weighs the most is listed first. This food can cause urinary blockages by rendering the urine ph 7-8 which can cause magnesium phosphate crystals to precipitate out in the feline urine and form plugs and stones that can result in urethral blockage .Don’t feed cats Meow Mix. The package advertising is very misleading. Next time you are in the supermarket pick up a bag of Meow Mix and feel the bulky weight of corn and put it back on the shelf with a note attached to warn consumers that this is a potentially life threatening if fed to cats. I believe the production/distribution of this product is unethical and the company Del Monte needs to be boycotted as they are well aware of the knowledge that feline diets are not to be corn based and furthermore that their product can be life threatening. BOYCOTT DEL MONTE Lee Carpenter, D.V.M Niantic Animal Hospital 20 Mar 12 Mar Lee Carpenter spayed and neutered several colony cats for FOFF during Friday, March 8th’s snowstorm. ~ Rob 12 Mar Red is one of the original cats from the colony at Ocean Beach in New London, CT. He is about 15 years old. He’s pictured here at Niantic Animal Hospital. ~ Rob 5 Feb Ledgewood Condominium Association vs FOFF member Emily Miller On December 10th, Emily Miller had a hearing with her condo association because she had been informed it was against association rules to feed cats belonging to a colony that lives just off of the property. Ms. Miller is a FOFF member and maintains the colony, located in Niantic. This includes feeding as well as trapping and transporting animals to the Vet to be spayed or neutered. The meeting opened with the Drew Price, Property Manager of Ledgewood, saying “this meeting is really just a formality. You’ve received repeated written warnings that what you’re doing is against the rules, so it’s clear that the board is not going to decide in your favor.” He went on to cite complaints by other residents of the smell of cat urine around the dumpster, and said that after the ruling against Emily there would be a $25 fine imposed for each further “infraction.” Mr. Price then gave Emily 10 minutes to voice her case. On Emily’s behalf, Dr. Lee Carpenter (President of FOFF and veterinarian at Niantic Animal Hospital) outlined several studies supporting trap-neuter-release as an effective technique for reducing the size of feral cat populations. Dr. Carpenter explained that the association was lucky to have someone like Emily there to monitor the colony and that without her actions it would grow rather than shrink. _________________________________________________________________ Dr. Carpenter explains the “vacuum effect” at Emily’s hearing in Niantic, CT. The “vacuum effect” describes why killing or removing feral cats is pointless in an effort to eliminate a feral cat colony: “Each time cats are removed, the population will rebound through a natural phenomenon known as the ‘vacuum effect,’ drawing the community into a costly, endless cycle of trapping and killing.” http://www.alleycat.org/page.aspx?pid=926 _________________________________________________________________ The end of the meeting was markedly different than the beginning. While Mr. Price began by saying “this is just a formality - you’re breaking the rules,” he ended with “I don’t see any problem with what you’re doing - in fact, you seem to be trying to help with a problem we’re all concerned with. I’ll relay this information to the board and you’ll get a decision by mail.” While the Condo Association’s primary impulse was understandable, it was uneducated. Unfortunately, managing a feral cat population is not a simple, common sense issue. It is easy to view people who feed feral cats as over-sympathetic and perpetuators of a feral cat “problem” (or even the source of the problem). The reality is that feral cats are extremely self-sufficient and thrive on their own all over the country, in a wide variety of climates. Feeding them is as much a part of the management process as trapping and spaying/neutering. Unfortunately, the judgement did not echo the understanding that seemed to have been reached at the meeting. The Condo Association decided that Emily was permitted to continue trapping and transporting the animals, but that she was not allowed to continue feeding them. Emily Miller defends herself at the hearing, citing a letter from the condo association years prior that allowed her to feed and trap cats on the property. ~ Rob archive // random post // RSS powered by tumblr - Quite Big theme by George Dunkley

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