How to Trap 500K Feral Street Cats | FANATICS: THE DEEP END

These women look at cat trapping as an extreme sport. There are nearly 500,000 cats living on the street in New York City – thatโ€™s as many cats as human toddlers. Becky and Britt have made it their mission to catch and fix New York City’s street cats.

In Fanatics: The Deep End, Vice News correspondent Alice Hines goes on a journey to the outer limits of obsession.

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30 thoughts on “How to Trap 500K Feral Street Cats | FANATICS: THE DEEP END”

  1. Just getting the cats fixed isn't actually enough. Releasing the invasive species back outside just lets them continue killing local wildlife and each other. They need to be trapped and killed.

  2. Doesn't New York have more of a rat problem I'm sure the cats are eating just fine spend your time helping people children with no food ๐Ÿ˜œ freaks thinking they're doing a great cause

  3. Outside cats are absolute vermin. I'll never understand the social stigma around poisoning them or killing them the same way that is encouraged for any other invasive, non-native pest. Fortunately, they are attracted to the smell and taste of anti-freeze, so it makes it fairly cheap and hassle free to dispatch them. You can take out colonies of them with a few well placed cups of AF in your neighborhood wherever they are present. Blame the cat nutters.

    The fact that it's taboo to kill a dog or cat in western culture is absolutely nuts. ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ

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