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(Inside the Magic)   As one would naturally expect from such a Mickey Mouse operation, Disneyland is also a feral cat colony. They're on Instagram so you can find out their names and stalk them   (insidethemagic.net) divider line
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482 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 01 Mar 2021 at 6:55 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-03-01 1:22:05 AM  
Eating both vermin AND endangered local wildlife... it's all an effort to finally, globally, promote ONE brand of peanut butter

*likely branded Peanut's Butter as there are no actual peanuts involved in the buttering process.
 
2021-03-01 7:16:25 AM  
So cats are pursuing Mickey Mouse there?
 
2021-03-01 7:56:28 AM  
Feral cats are a blight and need to be destroyed. Change my mind.
 
2021-03-01 8:48:25 AM  
Humans are disgusting and drop food all over the park which attract winged and pawed vermin. The cats help chase away said vermin. They are what's know as working cats.

While outside cats can be harmful to the environment, ask yourself what they are eating at Disney. Pigeons? Seagulls? Rats and mice? Leftover food? In some ways a cat colony in Disney is probably the least harmful in the world.

And yes, feral cats cause all sorts of problems, especially if you are in Australia and NZ. But TNR and managing (aka feeding) the colonies can lessen the impact on wildlife without the PR nightmare of OMG they are killing cats!
 
2021-03-01 4:12:05 PM  

SVC_conservative: Feral cats are a blight and need to be destroyed. Change my mind.


The cats at Disneyland are fed, (well away from people) trapped, neutered, and released.  They even get attention from on-site vets.  And yes, their primary function is vermin control.  And yes, many are accustomed to the people who work regularly in their areas, but seldom venture into public areas during operating hours
 
2021-03-01 7:30:21 PM  
Mickey cat?
 
2021-03-01 7:39:19 PM  
 
2021-03-02 9:12:12 AM  
Open. Up. Disneyland. Disney World has proven they could reopen safely, but of course California is being super strict here.
 
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