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    Untitled Document Feral Cats on San Nicolas Island Urgently Need Your Help! Dear Supporter: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed a cruel plan to
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 16, 2008
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        Feral Cats on San Nicolas Island
      Urgently Need Your Help!

      Dear Supporter:

      The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed a cruel plan to kill all the feral cats on San Nicholas Island—that’s as many as 200—using leghold traps and hunters with dogs.

      Your written feedback to the Fish and Wildlife Service is vitally needed by tomorrow, Tuesday, June 17.

      Feral cats have lived on San Nicolas Island , located off the coast of southern California , for more than 50 years. The Fish and Wildlife Service claims that removing cats from the island is necessary to restore seabird populations. However, the FWS has no evidence that cats are threatening the populations of birds and other species on San Nicolas Island .

      Worse, even if the Fish and Wildlife Service had any evidence that removing cats is necessary, the ill-advised plan does not consider the use of Trap-Neuter-Return to humanely reduce the population of cats on San Nicolas Island .

      Take Action. With your help, we hope to avert the needless suffering and cruel death of the feral cats on San Nicolas Island . Submit your written comments to the Fish and Wildlife Service requesting that they cease and desist with their cruel plan. Tell them that cats are not threatening other species on the island. Tell them that even if they could prove it would be beneficial to reduce the population of cats, Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane and effective alternative to cruel, ineffective hunting and trapping.

      Be sure to include your full name and a mailing address when submitting comments.

      The deadline is Tuesday, June 17, 2008.

      Sincerely,
      Becky Robinson
      President

      P.S. To read the full Environmental Assessment, click here.

       

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