One third of Split cats have feline AIDS.
The large number of cats on the street allows for the easy spread of feline diseases. As a result, a large number of cats suffer from various diseases. Cats most often suffer from this throughout their lives.
Hunger and poisoning
Every cat goes through hunger and poisoning.
Cats in the city eat human waste. Unlike wild cats, they are not used to hunting their food and therefore choose between the risk of poisoning or constant hunger.
Short and hard life
Half of the population changes annually.
The city is a dangerous place to live. A cat born in Split will most likely not survive the first year of life. His short life will be sick, hungry, or injured most of the time, and he will die a horrible death.
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