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Old May 30th, 2007, 10:21 AM
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Kingston Humane Society does not have manditory Spay/Neutering prior to adopting out their cats, even their adult cats, however they do spend their funds on manditory microchipping . I have written them a letter to express my opinion on that.


I do believe that Ontario SPCA's do have manditory spaying/neutering prior to adoption (somebody can correct me if I am wrong) .

There was an article in the Toronto Star a few months back accusing the warm winter weather of creating a huge overpopulation of cats, however a very good letter written by a lady responded to the editor that it is humans and Humane Societies fault by not spaying/neutering their cats, not the weather.
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