The world today, from the westernized countries right through to the third world there are dog and cat overpopulation problems. These are shown by stray feral animals, usually diseased and thin, living by a “survival of the fittest” regime. In some countries, governments take an active role, with large culling programs, or dog euthanasia trucks on the roads. Or it is left up to the local people and charities to try and solve the problem, with rehoming campaigns (Sri Lanka) and sterilizing programs (Greek Islands, Sierra Leona). This however, doesn’t sort out the problem. It persists year in year out, with thousands of healthy dogs and cats being killed, humanely and inhumanely.