Anyone been to third world country ie like morocco and seen the atrocities that is soo many kittens in the streets ill sick and desperately in need to be fed?! I ended up sacrificing the entire holiday to feeding them daily morning lunch and evening, feeding cats WHERE EVER I saw them! It was so sad and difficult to see it. I swore to myself, that when I find the right partner, crew, as soon as I'm qualified vet nurse, I'm going there with a neutering team, with lots and lots of cat food etc to help these poor adorable creatures.
I haven't been to a third world country like morocco, but judging from your
description of the terrible and extremely sad condition of the kittens in the streets I know myself as someone who loves and respects cats, this is an
extremely serious situation. You sound like the kindest person I have read
about in some time for feeding the cats as you say where ever you saw them. I think it's amazing that you want to study to become a vet nurse.
What a very noble job. I wish you the best of luck with your studies.
I saw a program recently on t.v. where a group of vet students and some vets went to Bangladesh. These people were interested in saving feral
dogs, neutering them and releasing them. I believe these dogs were
also vaccinated against rabies and then the dogs were given a red collar which signified they had been innoculated with a rabies shot. My husband
and I saw a program called Animal Housecalls where we learned about the program. Maybe a similar program could be started with kittens and cats.
What you describe, lola is heartbreaking.
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