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29 June 2006

Saturday, April 08, 2006

C'mon, admit it: culling is killing

Let's just call a spade a spade, why don't we, and admit culling is just a conscience assuaging synonym for killing. The local authorities cull, avidly. Make a complaint, and there is a non-human life involved in there somewhere, the life is at risk. The authorities "remove" the animal offending you, yes, but where does it end up? It ends up at the AVA , and it certainly isn't running a shelter. Some delusional individuals prefer to assume that it is a kindness to call the AVA or SPCA about animal matters or send animals there. But is it? Despite the killing fixation, we still have stray cats, and dogs in "We-so-clean-we-be-sterile-Singapore". Puzzling isn't it? The reality is, killing is not the answer, it never did and it never will. So why won't the big honchos welding the bloody wand of life- and death continue to bash life instead of looking at alternative and admit eradication won't work?! Your guess is as good as ours. Go to Casefile: Cruel Singapore. Hack-care Singapore Go to Singapore's Love-Hate Relationship with Trap-Neuter-Release Management Go to HDB's Chronic Misconception About Cats

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