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If you truly care about ferals, the environment, and actually eradicating the problem, don't support TNR.
The TNR sites are based on major lies, and they're gaining far too much footing. All criticism of their lies is usually met with a raging shut down by the supporters. TNR is ineffective, destructive, and cruel once you look at the reality of the situation.
Don't blindly support TNR. If you look into what their sources of ACA actually say, you would realize how much they twist the truth. If you do your own independent research, you'll realize how much pure cherrypicking they do in order to further their "cause".
It isn't a miracle, or even a solution at all. Spread the word for it to stop and for more efficient tactics to be used.
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>Was spending close to $60 a month on low quality pet store meal worms.
>Had to ration out my food for my animals. (geckos, toads, and betta)
>Looks like reptile Auschwitz up in here.
>Give up. Order 2000 online for $20.
>Breed the fuck out of my own food.
>Spend $10 annually on oats.
>Spent $7 on a set up.
>$17 for unlimited mealworms, that are of QUALITY, aka, not sitting in a deli cup of their own shit and a carrot fleck.
>Going to breed crickets when my shed is built.
Tell me fish, bird, reptile, and small animal owners why DONT you breed your own insects?
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How you feed your pets? What is their diet? Most are probably gonna say "Dog kibble" or something like that but still, nutritional discussions are nice.
Me, two pet rats:
>"O" cereals (unsweetened Cheerios)
>Puff rice cereals (healthier/organic versions of Rice Krispies)
>Unsweetened, unsalted banana or platano chips
>Sunflower seeds (rarely)
Not all at the same time, I'll change certain ingredients, but that's the general list.