Don’t be cruel to your family pet

A day for re-blogging the posts of animal lovers who share a great message.

Russel Ray Photos

Out & About San Diego

Near one of the places where I go walking quite often is a colony of feral cats. During bad economies, the colony grow because people who can no longer afford to feed or care for their cats drop them off at the mouth of the San Diego River where this feral colony lives.

During one visit in 2009 I counted 187 cats. This morning I counted only six, and not a single one was photogenic. Thus, I returned home with not a single new picture of a fine, furry, feline friend.

Not to fear, though, because I have many pictures from past visits, and I’ll share eight of my favorites with you today.

1Feral cat in San Diego, California

2Feral cat in San Diego, California

3Feral cat in San Diego, California

4Feral cat in San Diego, California

5Feral cat in San Diego, California

6Feral cat in San Diego, California

7Feral cat in San Diego, California

8Feral cat in San Diego, California

Remember, folks, if you don’t want your family dog or cat, or can no longer take care of it, please take it to a no-kill animal shelter rather than…

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5 thoughts on “Don’t be cruel to your family pet

  1. People should realize that getting and keeping a pet is like a marriage, a life time commitment. To the pet, you’re the pet’s whole life. The pet cannot file an order of separation from court nor can it divorce you if things don’t work out. So, for people who are thinking of getting a pet, think first!

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