Many people stumble into the dark and murky world of lion breeding through a love of animals! ItÂ’s not easy to pick your way through the lies and myths that the lion breeders use to Â‘cover-upÂ’ their immoral business.
So, we are going to dispel some of their myths:
They claim: The use of so-called Â‘ambassador speciesÂ’ - such as lions, leopards and cheetahs is OK.
NOT TRUE - Ambassador species - is another Â‘mythÂ’ spun by the breeding industry. Hands-on interaction with big cats of any species is wrong. They will become habituated and can never return to the wild.
Petting cubs is unethical.
If you Pet a cub - you are condemning it to be captive for life!
Wildlife is unable to ask for help.
Save Me Trust works to give wildlife a voice.
The captive breeding and petting of any wild animal is wrong. As we have seen above their Â‘reasonsÂ’ for petting lion cubs are easily dismissed with a little thought and understanding.
We are reminded of many a MotherÂ’s wise words; You look with your eyes - not your hands! - Lion cubs are not yours to touch or hold Those that do are condemning them to a lifetime in captivity
I think he said he had an hour to get all theses animals on the plane and he had no staff with him to help him.But it seems he didnÂ´t have to ask for help both English and American soldiers wanted to help.
Unfortunately, sterilization procedures have not been implemented sufficiently in recent years. If it continues like this, we will soon see more cats than humans. Did you know that there are 170000 stray cats within the borders of Istanbul? The tip of the iceberg you watch in this video. Hundreds of kittens under the rocks are waiting for the day when they will be on the rocks.
Neutering does not mean exterminating the cat. To offer them better living conditions. Otherwise, hundreds of cats will fight to get into one cat house. Strong cats will eat, weak cats will starve. The saddest part is that many of these cats, unfortunately, will not survive. Neutering is a good thing, not a bad thing for cats.
Did you know that we neuter 10 cats per month through a contracted veterinary clinic?
There are many stray cats living in our country. We have a dream. We established this channel to make this dream come true. Building a natural habitat for homeless animals. We are just at the beginning of the road. We believe we will make this dream come true one day. Would you like to join this family and help us make this dream come true?
You can watch videos of the cats - kittens we rescued from the street and adopted. In addition, we help many stray animals in our country in terms of feeding, housing, sterilization and treatment. You can support us by watching videos of thousands of animals in need of help.
âž¡The motto of our channel;
Love, feed, neuter and protect animals. ''TNR'' - Adopt don´t shop
Great news from Zero Kittens Here We Go!
Its been a year since we started TNR projects around Athens.
Until today 1000 feral cats spayed and neutered!!!
We fixed feral cats from Agia Marina,Alimos,Chalandri.Cholargos and Heliopolis â¤
Many charities from UK,Germany,Greece and individuals who care and understand the importance of TNR (Trapping-Neutering-Returning a feral cat) have helped us and continue to help â¤
This is the only way to create healthy colonies ðŸ™‚
We thank all of you for your trust and kind donations!!
You all rock â¤
Many thanks to:
Greek Animal Rescue(GAR)
The Greek Cat Welfare Society
Friends of the Strays of Greece
Spay It Forwad
Frieden Fur Pfoten
Second Chance Animal Rescue Society(SCARS)
Cat Carers of Heliopolis
Many others who wish to remain anonymous!
I'm telling ya,i am very very pleased!!
It’s rare for a feral cat to have rabies
While it’s important to know the facts about rabies, most people are surprised to know that feral cats are generally healthy and are not the animals spreading this disease.
In fact, they are usually just as healthy as pet cats, although they often get a bad reputation for spreading disease.
Cats have instincts that guide them to stay away from animals that are sick.
Since these animals are defensive, and not offensive, they will try to do anything they can to prevent running into other animals, especially wild ones that may attack. The animals that they hunt for food rarely have rabies.
Since feral cats aren’t socialized to come up to and spend time around people, they are not very likely to spread diseases to humans.
They are much happier being by themselves and will try to avoid contact with people as much as possible. This means that people aren’t at risk for feral cats the way that many of them assume they are.
By taking time to understand rabies, how to identify it, and to learn that feral cats are not the real danger, people can better advocate for these animals.
Feral cats are often pointed at as the cause of rabies, but this isn’t true in most cases. Knowing this gives people comfort when dealing with feral cats.