the clash between libertarians and nazigatas

the clash between libertarians and nazigatas
the clash between libertarians and nazigatas

Anyone who wants a cat can buy it, or he can ask a veterinarian if he has news of any litter looking for a family, or in recent years he can follow a third way: look for a puppy on Facebook, in the pages that offer kittens as gifts in Rome. This is what Betti had tried to do: exploring the groups and their offerings she found hundreds of photos of kittens who looked at her with wide eyes and seemed to tell her “please take me to your house”, and she was ready to please them. But by reading the posts and comments, he also discovered a world of rules and codes of conduct that he really didn’t suspect existed. Among the donors (mostly donors) of cats, the mandatory request to fill out a “pre-custody form” is now well established, in which one undertakes to vaccinate and deworm the animal, to feed it properly, not to leave it free in the street, and to close balconies and windows with a net to prevent the risk of accidental falls. The trustee must provide his contact details and allow the donor to enter the house for inspections and repeated checks in the years to come. If one of these conditions is not met, the cat returns to the old owner. It must be said that this demanding (not to say oppressive) system is also much discussed within the cat community on Fb. Valentina, for example, the other day intervened to say that she gives the cats without having to sign anything, and the debate between “nazigatto” and libertarian cats has flared up. Betti, for his part, turned off the PC and decided to take a tour of the vets. (In the photo: Valentina with one of her cats)
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