Wednesday, November 30, 2005

"Feeding Strays Bad"


Feeding Strays Bad
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

Again thanks to Geraldine for this photo. Here's the square that says Feeding Strays is bad.

7 Comments:

Anonymous ah-meow said...

the Newpaper female reporter must be disappointed to see a 'male' ah pek feeding strays, instead of 'single' weirdo cat-women whom she is frantically hunting down !

30/11/05 1:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder who are the people who concort this game? Are the the same "intelligent" people as the ones who came out with the poster that says "where there IS no strayS"?
Utterly lacking in "responsible" professionalism.

30/11/05 3:44 PM  
Anonymous imp said...

i bet you the people who came up with this game never even considered that there's something called responsible feeding. more often than not,they probably grow up thinking that 'strays are bad', 'feeding strays' are bad. it's lumped into the same category of feeding birds.

where to draw the line of distinction?

they probably are also congratulating themselves on being innovative to come up with such a 'gameset' to spread a message.

30/11/05 6:07 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Yes - it's so black and white. Feeding Bad. There are so many ways to feed and so many ways to encourage people to do it in a responsible manner. Its a shame this is so slanted.

30/11/05 6:16 PM  
Anonymous Aminah Bee said...

What kind of message is the Town Council giving to our children in their snakes and ladders game with square that says Feeding Strays is bad.
Seems the Town Council encouraging people, especially children, to be heartless and encouraging animal abuse.
These anti-cat feeding posters instil hatred towards strays and especially to children, they are taught to be cold hearted and to let strays starve to death.
Children must be taught from young to be kind to animals.
There should be public education highlighting the plight of strays, sterilisation and not culling as a humane way to reduce stray cats population and not to turn a blind eye on the starving strays.

30/11/05 9:00 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Plus I think most children are actually very kind to animals. They are unfortunately taught by adults to be unkind. If you put most children with an animal, they react with a lot of joy and enthusiasm.

30/11/05 10:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We are already a boring concrete jungle! How more concrete do we want to become with even removal of the last connection to animals, our cats and dogs!
Perhaps we will only not complain when the community cats and dogs are the sony robotic prototypes!
But then some of us rather live with real animals and replace our neighbours with robots!

1/12/05 9:01 AM  

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