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  • Colleen Klaum
    Talking in circles there gangy................Colleen angrylioness wrote: Animals feel EVERY BIT of the pain that a human does. They
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      Talking in circles there gangy................Colleen

      angrylioness <no_reply@yahoogroups.com> wrote: Animals feel EVERY BIT of the pain that a human does. They just don't
      feel sorry for themselves like people do, thus whining about it

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      From: gangoror
      Date: Thu Mar 28, 2002 1:52 am
      Subject: Re: used traps/woodchuck


      You could take the meat,chop it into peices and debone and grind it
      up or stick in a blender then add sodium benzoate to it to preserve
      it.Then put it up in bait jars and just use a teaspoon or so in a
      dirthole.You can either use fresh meat or tainted/slightly
      tainted.Same goes for cat meat,feral or wildcat. You can also just
      try using it fresh down the hole.If you add salt or glycerin to the
      ground up meats,that will help to keep it from freezing,fresh chunks
      will just freeze though.

      I am currently trying to catch some real naughty foxes on ADC and
      used some chuck meat and some wild goose meat as bait,I just set
      today so don't know what the results will be.


      --- In therealpeta@y..., gangoror <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > I do not use feral cat meat,I do not even kill them when in my
      > traps,I let them go.But I hardly catch any anyway and they are
      > definatly wild kitties.I would get alot of flack from other
      > for this because ferals kill alot of songbirds. I did get a bobcat
      > whole frozen from Texas for taxidermy use and I did save some of
      > meat to use as bait.The possums ate part of it too. The bobcat was
      > trapped because they get in and kill the guys goats.To note,I could
      > barely even see where the trap had held the 'cat's paw .I also have
      > skinned a bobcat taken in a trap in PA ( with the permit).This was
      > an unmodified trap( but was factory "offset")and again I could
      > even tell which paw had been in the trap and the guy who caught it
      > not the best trapper either ( he's not good at catching is what I
      > mean and not into all the trap modifications either).I caught a
      > possum the other day on damage control trapping and its paw was not
      > messed up or anything and I let it go.It was not the intended
      > You went on about the beagle's paw being damaged and mentioned some
      > other domestics with injuries.If the animals were not even paying
      > attention to the injury,it didn't mean anything to them
      > beagle may have had some swelling,but I bet it didn't care. Animals
      > don't seem to feel pain at the same level we do( although a young
      > does,I know about crying over bee sting puppies).I heard about a
      > raccoon that walked over jagged glass to get to some scrap of
      > (food)and its feet were bleeding from the glass.It didn't even care.
      > --- In therealpeta@y..., angrylioness <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > > <<So angrylion...>>
      > >
      > > angrylionESS, feminine form.
      > >
      > > The last time you posted in here was March 6, and you were
      > > supporting "gangrene" and her vicious methods the whole time.
      > But "I"
      > > never replied to your posts and since it has been so long since
      > > posted [until the shoe post, in which the only name you
      > > adversely, was mine], most of what you said has been forgotten,
      > > simply because I WASN"T COMMUNICATING WITH YOU. Doesn't mean I
      > didn't
      > > read your posts.
      > >
      > > <<1)if you did trap fox and coyotes humanely(virualy impossible)
      > and
      > > transfere them to a new location, then wouldnt you be
      > overpopulating
      > > that location after a while? or spreading disease?>>
      > >
      > > You guys act like EVERY wild animal carries disease. Not true.
      > > Transplanted animals, however, go through a series of
      > > after being tranquilized. So spreading disease isn't at issue. If
      > the
      > > populations are so absurdly large that there is absolutely
      > to
      > > release the animals, then euthanasia is a much better alternative
      > > than cruel traps. Neutering captured males is also an alternative
      > and
      > > cheaper than spaying the females. And yes, fox and coyotes CAN BE
      > > trapped or captured humanely. Our wildlife professionals do it
      > > the time here.
      > >
      > > <<2) Have you ever tried to hunt fox?>>
      > >
      > > I am AGAINST the hunting of non-game animals, for killing. I am
      > > against the fur trade and the killing of musk bearing animals for
      > > their "essence". I see absolutely NO good reason to kill a skunk
      > a
      > > mink or a chichilla, or a raccoon, or etc... In fact, we have
      > > raccoons living IN TOWN here. People feed them and watch over
      > > Many if the 'coons are virtually tame. And those who don't want
      > them
      > > around, catch them in cage traps and carry them off to some
      > > wooded area and release them. To do otherwise could get them jail
      > > time and a rather hefty fine. And, personally, I don't hunt,
      > period.
      > > I could never kill an animal.
      > >
      > > If you are in the cat rescue business, then you should be just as
      > > opposed to gangrene and her methods as I am. Appalled even. She
      > > grinds up feral cats and wildcats and uses their meat to bait her
      > > traps, along with other unfortunate animals. And she had the
      > to
      > > insult MY intelligence by saying she is an animal welfarest.
      > >
      > > My research took me to all kinds of places, you'd be surprized at
      > > what I have found out. I was, and still am, sickened to the core
      > > what I have read.
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > --- In therealpeta@y..., psychopuppy1 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > > > you only read posts from people that you are talking too? Not
      > of
      > > > the other ones? Its obvius that your comprehensive skills need
      > > honeing!
      > > > I was pointing the shoe comment to the dingy that posted the Q.
      > Not
      > > you!
      > > >
      > > > I also do rescue work, with cats, and use humane traps, and
      > > sometimes
      > > > we get other critters in them that dont act or look like cats!!!
      > > >
      > > > But think of these two points realisticaly;
      > > >
      > > > 1)if you did trap fox and coyotes humanely(virualy impossible)
      > > > transfere them to a new location, then wouldnt you be
      > overpopulating
      > > > that location after a while? or spreading disease?
      > > >
      > > > 2) Have you ever tried to hunt fox? its rather difficult even
      > > > calls and scents. And takes a lot of time! They are not habitual
      > > > animals like deer, who travel the same trails all the time!So
      > > trapping
      > > > is the best way to deal with them!

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