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Re: Auxiliary cats from organic farming

Unread Messageby Leo Maximus » 08/01/19, 22:09

Very good !

If you can bring other info, that's fine. I am only asking for that. But that's the omerta. We hide behind professional secrecy, it's easy.

Unfortunately it will not change anything, there will always be so many abandoned cats. And if tomorrow I find an abandoned cat, sick, hungry, he will find refuge again at home, as always.

Processes can vary from one department to another and change over time. But abandonment -> gassing -> incineration -> fertilizer is widespread in the world as hypocrisy and animal abuse.
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Re: Auxiliary cats from organic farming

Unread Messageby nico239 » 08/01/19, 22:24

Leo Maximus wrote:
If you can bring other info, that's fine. I am only asking for that. But that's the omerta. We hide behind professional secrecy, it's easy.

Unfortunately it will not change anything, there will always be so many abandoned cats. And if tomorrow I find an abandoned cat, sick, hungry, he will find refuge again at home, as always.

Processes can vary from one department to another and change over time. But abandonment -> gassing -> incineration -> fertilizer is widespread in the world as hypocrisy and animal abuse.


Uh .... if you can bring info for France to what you say it would also be very good.

For the rest the cat also remains an independent animal.

And of all that I had all did not stay for reasons we do not know for that matter.

The mother of the kittens left in August while they were attacking their 4th month.
We thought she was dead.
She reappeared 3 days ago in good shape.
And since then we have not seen it again.
Has she settled with neighbors?
Does she live solo life in the woods?
She has here bed and place and affection and her ex kittens and yet .....

On 20 last years I have at least 2 who left and are only rarely reappeared for visits without a future.

Conversely after the sterilization of a litter of wild 1 has remained faithful but hyper wild (in the hyper-fearful sense which is not the case for all wildcats I've even known one - monster - who never backed up nor did he ever run away to the mess.
About 13 years old.
He was still in the corner when we moved ...
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Re: Auxiliary cats from organic farming

Unread Messageby Leo Maximus » 10/01/19, 19:43

You will find (perhaps ...) what you are looking for in the PDF of agriculture.gouv.fr "Valuation of the animal by-products of category 3" of SIFCO, it is a syndicate which manages the dead animals in France :

https://agriculture.gouv.fr/sites/minag ... 8e3e7e.pdf

A video of the use of dead animals as fertilizer:



It's in Canada (in English doubled in Quebec).

Otherwise, we can mummify the euthanized cats and put them in the museum :) :

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source: http://www.strangehistory.net/2013/12/1 ... lish-soil/

http://www.strangehistory.net/blog/wp-c ... n-cats.pdf
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Re: Auxiliary cats from organic farming

Unread Messageby nico239 » 10/01/19, 19:50

Leo Maximus wrote:You will find (perhaps ...) what you are looking for in the PDF of agriculture.gouv.fr "Valuation of the animal by-products of category 3" of SIFCO, it is a syndicate which manages the dead animals in France :

https://agriculture.gouv.fr/sites/minag ... 8e3e7e.pdf


Have you read your document and especially the exclusions?
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Re: Auxiliary cats from organic farming

Unread Messageby Leo Maximus » 10/01/19, 20:01

Pets that are nonetheless accepted by the rendering companies are excluded.
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