- Randolph Crocker
- December 08, 2012 - 15:35
Some years ago, I lived in the Airport Heights area of St. John's. One of my little kittens came home looking wet and worn. My daughter discovered a snare around the neck of the kitten. We removed the snare. The kitten required steroid shots to open her airway in order to survive. The cat is now 18 years old and still sports a grey necklace of fur around her neck where the snare almost killed her. Do I have care for any proponent of snares, especially those that set snares in or near urban areas? No. I could not be more serious.