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adoption siberian half cat young

Young half-Siberian cat for adoption
#1
If anyone would like to have this beatiful cat, pls message me.
She is 3,5 years half-Siberian, she was rescued from La Palma together with her brother. Unfortunately, her brother died last year, plus we got a baby - hence she feels really lonely and is missing attention.
She is sterilized and microchipped, healthy, very playful, goes very good with other animals.
Pictures are attached
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#2
Have you considered having it put down? She wont be good with all animals! Cats are extremely damaging to native animals of the islands such as birds, lizards and geckos.
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#3
(23-06-2023, 08:13 AM)Joy Division Wrote: Have you considered having it put down? She wont be good with all animals! Cats are extremely damaging to native animals of the islands such as birds, lizards and geckos.

Human beings are more numerous and damaging than cats, shall we put ourselves down?
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(23-06-2023, 08:13 AM)Joy Division Wrote: Have you considered having it put down? She wont be good with all animals! Cats are extremely damaging to native animals of the islands such as birds, lizards and geckos.

Absolutely not. She is a lovely house cat, fully healthy and loving. If we won´t find a suitable host, we will keep her ourselves.
P.S. although I do see that some cats do catch lizards (which is a pity, although its their hunting nature), this cat actually does not do this (since she was adopted & fed by us)
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(23-06-2023, 09:04 AM)GMT Wrote: Human beings are more numerous and damaging than cats, shall we put ourselves down?

Thanks! Fully agree.
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(23-06-2023, 08:13 AM)Joy Division Wrote: Have you considered having it put down? She wont be good with all animals! Cats are extremely damaging to native animals of the islands such as birds, lizards and geckos.

What a horrible thought to suggest, obviously never an animal lover.
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Quite the contrary. I’m absolutely an animal lover but what you don’t seem to be aware of is the damage a domestic cat can do to a delicate ecosystem, such as that which exists, in the Canary Islands.
In fact, domestic cats have been implicated in the extinction of at least 2 reptile species, 21 mammal species and 40 bird species worldwide.
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(24-06-2023, 07:11 AM)Joy Division Wrote: In fact, domestic cats have been implicated in the extinction of at least 2 reptile species, 21 mammal species and 40 bird species worldwide.

A study called "Accelerated modern human-induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction" published in the journal Science in 2015 estimated that human activity has driven the extinction of approximately 320 animal species within the past 500 years. This number is based on documented extinctions and likely represents a conservative estimate.
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