Baptist church and feral cats face off

@DCMerkle (1281)
United States
April 24, 2010 12:19am CST
Hello Everyone,,0,4622999.story I live in Baltimore not too far from this neighborhood, so I know that area that the article talks about. The woods that are mentioned in this article aren't even owned by the church but by the city. This article really had me ticked. It wasn't just because of the agreement that was gone back on but, it was that it was gone back on by a church. I've seen feral cat colonies and the cats are more afraid of people than anything else. The organization Alley Cats, has worked with feral colonies all over Baltimore and Maryland. Now how does a church and the Pastor decide that these cats are not the same God's creatures that are mentioned in the bible? How can they practice any of the christian tenants when they can't even start with the animals in their own backyard? DCMerkle
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@kaylachan (4776)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
27 Apr 10
The phrase its fine as long as its happening to someone else ceertainly comes to mind when you talk about this. While churches pretch the "right" thing to do, when they are involved in praticing what they preach they are quick to go back on it. My parents never did understand why I never took religion seriously. I didn't for two reasons, one it was shoved down my throat and what I was forced to live with. Second, a lot of what the church says and what the church actually does conterdict themselves quite a lot. I seriously think its a load of non-sense, but who am I to argue...? I simply ignore it unless I'm activly involved. Cold sentement I know, but you would probably understand. I say leave the damn cats alone. They are only a threat if you make them out to be.