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Iffat    International

7/23/2014 2:05:44 PM

Very interesting

Annie    International

7/3/2014 12:48:05 PM

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Donotcall    Los Gatos, CO

6/9/2014 4:37:35 PM

I gave my wife a subscription to Cat Fancy and I have been bombarded with calls from sleazy marketing agents asking to extend the subscription. They refuse to stop calling. I am cancelling my subscription. Their number is (870) 280-2004. Thanks Cat Fancy. Thanks for taking your business right down to the gutter.

Linda Hodges    Marysville, WA

5/24/2014 6:51:53 AM

Resubmission. We enjoyed Steve Dale's article in the July 2014 Cat Fancy, "The Blame Game". We love our indoor cats and have many outdoor cats in our neighborhood. We have never seen cats waiting to attack our songbird feeders or hummer feeders. We agree with Steve that cats are blamed for the reduction in songbird populations and this not correct. We see more damage to songbirds due to crows and ravens. These birds steal songbird eggs (breaking them open and leaving the shells in our yards). They destroy songbird nests and kill their young. Crows and raven populations have grown and these protected birds (in our opinion) are the primary source of reduced song bird populations, NOT cats. Crows and ravens steal food from other birds, irritate eagles and even steal buried squirrel food. We need more data on crow and raven affects on song bird populations, NOT blaming cats for this effect. Great article.

Chris P. Hodges

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