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Can you buy these at larger pet stores?

Or where?

They're on Lazada, and made in Thailand, but I would like to look at one beforehand.

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You gotta think outside the box and get creative

 

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sorry, this cat would send you to the hospital if you caught it under a box or basket.

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The folks at Santisook Animal Rescue may be able to lend you one.

 

Worth a shot.

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Hope you are not going to catch and release. It will just kill loads of birds etc if released into the jungle.

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On 8/13/2019 at 4:38 AM, thaibeachlovers said:

Hope you are not going to catch and release. It will just kill loads of birds etc if released into the jungle.

what would suggest be done with the cat--true feral cats usually can never be domesticated.  no rescue or shelter would want to take it in for long, as they could likely never find an adoption.  it,basically, is a wild animal, and, yes, they hunt to survive as do so many other animals--or, perhaps, you could adopt it?

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If you adopt, might be good to have the front feet de-clawed. Leave the back ones in place so the cat can defend itself in a scuffle.

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On 8/13/2019 at 8:38 PM, steven2018 said:

If you adopt, might be good to have the front feet de-clawed. Leave the back ones in place so the cat can defend itself in a scuffle.

No animal should ever be de-clawed.

If one feels that is necessary, it is not the pet for that person.

Cruel and painful.

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You can buy a trap like you want at the merchandise from China shop behind Ruamchok Market. They also have bear trap-like devices that will not only trap the cat, but also dispatch it too. 

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A feral cat under the right conditions (easy food, suburban environment) can produce 10,000 offspring in 8 years. It's practically impossible to tame one, especially if they are living near other feral cats. Your options are to kill them or take them far away to an inhospitable environment. There is no easy choice.

 

When I lived near Rayong, Vets-Without-Borders would sterilize 100's of soi dogs on the beach on 2 or 3 consecutive weekends. The dogs ganged up on the cats and killed alot of them. Retiring in Chiang Mai, I was surprised to see how few dogs were without owners.

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