Poison Pero is RIGHT!

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Kathy Warnick (EnvironMENTAList)

“Cats are typically warm-weather, spring-time breeders. However, states that typically experience primarily longer and colder winters are now seeing shorter, warmer winters, leading to year-round breeding......Basically, there is no longer a reproduction lull with cat breeding cycles, and unfortunately, it seems more people are bringing boxes of kittens into our agencies during winter now.”

**Most animals are spring-time breeders, and I wonder if this increase in breading will lead to more animals like polar bears? You know, the animal we are supposed to be worried about because there aren't enough ice-caps to climb up on? The same animal which probably adapted from a warm climate to a cool environment out of need to survive, and could probably do the reverse if needed?

Seems to me every animal worth its salt will be able to adapt to any environmental situation. Either that or it will disappear like the millions of other extinct animals throughout Earth's history.........Most of which croaked long before the evil-genius of homo sapiens arrived on the planet.

I'm sure this makes me a radical, though.**


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