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They would have a better chance of survival in the wild if the mother cat made her own nest in the wild. In the wild the mother cat gradually ween the kittens off breast feeding and starts to teach the kittens hunting skills by bringing various prey back to the litter nest, starting will smaller to larger. Like a dead little mouse at first. Then the mother cat will start to bring back not quite dead, but injured prey so that kittens can practice killing. They also learn about what is food and which food can bite back and/or is more dangerous food, like large rats. I am very sorry for the plight of your cats. By choosing not to neuter, you are breeding more who will not have learned sufficient survival skills, prior to your departure, but will also be competing against each other for food in the wild. And, in a country where the natives do not have a concept of kindness to animals. Not criticizing your decisions it's just all so unfortunate and I am sorry for their plight. I love both cats and dogs (though I do NOT like Mexican dog breeds one bit, especially not those bug-eyed, vibrating, foul tempered, stupid, incessantly yapping, vile little Chihuahuas) .
I personally don't like cats. I am more a dog person, but more power to you.
A righteous man regardeth the life of his animal; but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. -Proverbs 12: 10
we started feeding stray cats but we did not know they breed like rabbits we have to sterilize them asap they will literally breed us out of excistance nad bankrupt us.
I can't get myself to do that. I think the best solution in my case is to leave them in the "campo" where they are quite happy, but where survival for them is a bit more challenging and thereby "keeps their population under control".
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