Target: John H. Felder Jr., Senior Director of Seabreeze Management Company
Goal: Stop using cruel bird traps at apartment building
The Seabreeze Management Company hired a contractor to trap unwanted pigeons at its apartment building in Anaheim, California. Not only are the traps not being properly monitored, resulting in pigeons being cruelly trapped for days, removing pigeons in this manner is also completely ineffective. Demand Seabreeze officials stop using these cruel traps and use humane methods instead.
Witnesses have reported that the bird traps being used at Stadium Lofts apartments are not being properly monitored. Birds caught in these traps are being cruelly left in the traps for days without food or water, exposed to the elements and undoubtedly in distress from being unable to escape. Allowing pigeons to suffer is cruel and unnecessary, but after passersby complained to Seabreeze officials, the traps were simply moved out of immediate view.
In addition, removing pigeons from the premises in this way is entirely ineffective. While there may be fewer pigeons on the property initially, the spike in the food supply will accelerate breeding among survivors and newcomers, resulting in increased populations of pigeons, according to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
PiCAS, the leading international authority on humane pigeon control, offers humane, non-lethal methods of bird control that have been proven to reduce populations indefinitely by an average of 50 percent. Demand Seabreeze property managers end the use of cruel bird traps and use alternative humane methods like PiCAS instead.
Dear Mr. Felder,
I am appalled that Seabreeze Management Company recently hired a contractor to trap pigeons at the Stadium Lofts apartment building in Anaheim. Birds are being allowed to needlessly suffer for days inside the traps, and removing pigeons in this way is also ineffective. I demand you stop using these cruel traps and use humane methods to control the pigeon population instead.
Witnesses have noticed that pigeons caught in your traps are cruelly left there to suffer for days, subjected to dehydration, exposure and stress. After passersby complained to your company, the traps were merely moved out of immediate view. In addition, this method of pigeon removal is ineffective because the sudden drop in the number of pigeons will cause a spike in the food supply, resulting in accelerated breeding among the remaining birds and newcomers, and an increase in the pigeon population.
Humane, cost-effective alternatives are available to reduce the pigeon population at your apartment building indefinitely. For example, PiCAS offers humane, non-lethal methods of bird control that have been proven to reduce bird populations indefinitely by an average of 50 percent. I demand you stop using cruel bird traps and seek alternative humane methods like PiCAS instead.
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