TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.: Counselor Corner SP®

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Animal Trainer, & Observation Manager TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.: Counselor Corner SP® Attended Langston University, Langston Oklahoma (HBCU).

Derek Henry Secondary Researcher and Grassroots Field Supervisor  ATWS Drug Treatment Progam Longitudinal Research Study Program 2011 - 2014:

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Derek Henry Secondary Researcher, Grassroots Field Supervisor, Animal Researcher, & Animal Trainer TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. Attended Clark-Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia (HBCU):
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Purpose of Publication

The purpose of publishing TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.is to inform the general public of the danger of wild cats that are now exposed due to terrorist and para-terrorist destroying the buildings wild cats lived in. Some of the newly exposed wild cats are undomesticated, meaning they have not been exposed to human or domesticated animals and can cause disease to humans and other domesticated animals.

Supporting Information

  1. Many are traumatized and do not behave as normal house cats or stray cats.
  2. Buildings over and under 100 years old have burned down.
  3. Because they appear more attractive than other cats, wild cats are more likely to be approached.
  4. They are more dangerous because the claws have never been trimmed.
  5. Many have germs that humans and domesticated animals have not come in contact with.
  6. They can cause new diseases and infections that are not known.

The Purpose of the Research

TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. is published by TMSC Consulting Services®, LLC, physically conducted by Counselor Corner SP®, and named by TMSC Consulting Services®.

TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. purpose is to inform the general public of the new dangers that the wild domesticated and Undomesticated cats pose as a result of terrorist and para-terrorist destroying the buildings they lived in. Wild domesticated and undomesticated cats are not house cats or stray cats.

TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. Research Time Period

2013 to 2015 A.D.

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Subjects of TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.

The subjects of  are rescued wild domesticated and undomesticated cats that were found and traumatized in postal zip codes 90056, 90045, and surrounding areas in Los Angeles, California United States of America, and individuals and businesses in these public areas.

Definition of Terms for TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.

  1. Domesticated- Animals that live with humans, animals, with owners.
  2. Rescued- Found in a traumatized state.
  3. Short-term Research- Research conducted through observation that is less than 10 years and is usually descriptive and qualitative.
  4. Traumatized- Abnormal occurrences that cause negative behavioral responses.
  5. Wild Cats- cats that are not domesticated and live isolated, exposure my cause disease.
  6. Wild Domesticated Cats- Farrow and other independent living cats, not use to living with humans or others animals and without owners.
  7. Wild Undomesticated Cats- Come from wild life and cause disease. Have not lived with humans or other animals.

Method of TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.

Informed Consent

TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. is published by G.N.S. Press # 4789, physically conducted by Counselor Corner SP®, and named by TMSC Consulting Services®.

All obervations were made in public areas in Los Angeles, California United States of America, postal codes 90056, 90045, and surrounding areas. Individuals and businesses in the aforementioned geographic locations were informed that their behavior and the cats behavior was being observed:

“Watch the Cat…”, “I’m watching.”, I am observing peoples behavior”, “…and the cat…”

Tres Mali Scott & Derek Henry

Confidentiality

TMSC Consulting Services®, LLC is an Independent/Free Press and Media agent G.N.S. Press # 4789, individuals and businesses observed are not and will not be releases as a named entity, agent, individual, business, or organization.

Type of Research

TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.is a short-term research study by an Independent/Free Press and Media Company G.N.S. Press # 4789 that is descriptive and qualitative.

Information (data) Collection Process

The information (data) provided by TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.was collected by:

  • Observations of destroyed buildings the wild domesticated and undomesticated cats lived in.
  • Assistance with nursing rescued domesticated and undomesticated back to health.
  • Acquiring a wild cat that is undomesticated.
  • Acquiring a wild cat that is domesticated.
  • Acquiring rescue medical care for an undomesticated wild cat.
  • Observations of a traumatized undomesticated wild cat.
  • Observations of a undomesticated wild cat after being kicked.
  • Observations of a domesticated wild cat (parents cats known and winged).
  • Observations of undomesticated wild cat biting and scratching people for not reason.
  • Observations of domesticated wild cat interacting with humans and other animals in normally reported manners.
  • Observations of the wild domesticated cat’s interactions with dogs.
  • Observations of the wild domesticated cat’s interactions with squirrels.
  • Observations of the wild domesticated cat’s interactions with birds (pigeons).
  • Observations of the wild domesticated cat’s birds (crows)

Reporting of the Information (data) Collected

The information (data) provided by TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. is reported by descriptions of observations of orally commanded assessments of the domesticated and undomesticated wild can, and un-commanded play behavior.

The information (data) collected is reported in the results and recommendations sections of the TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D.

Results

Graph I

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High Level of Trauma of Wild Cat

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Low Level of Trauma of Wild Cat

Less Violence                                                             More Violence

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  1. The more trauma the wild cat has experience the more violent or aggressive activity occurs whit it perceives abuse.
  2. Many children approach these wild cats because they are more attractive than other animals or cats.
  3. Many children and adults are bitten and scratched for approaching these wild cats.
  4. Wild cats claws have not been trimmed.
  5. Wild cats can damage eyes because the claws have not been trimmed.
  6. Wild cats can damage the facial area because the claws have not been trimmed.
  7. Wild cats can damage skin because the claws have not been trimmed.
  8. Un-domesticated wild cats can transmit more diseases and infections than other animals.
  9. Terrorist and para-terrorist are burning and destroying buildings as a result of the wars occurring, that these wild cats lived in as an attack on the United States of American Governmental property tax.

Other Findings

Update January 23, 2017: It is reported by cat adoption agencies that cats are tested for Leukemia. Traces of Benzene, known to cause Leukemia (bone marrow cancer), is found by leaks in abandoned buildings that colonies of undomesticated wild cats live in.  

Recommendations

TMSC International®’s Short-Term Animal Research Study: Wild Domesticated and Undomesticated Cats 2013-2015 A.D. recommends the media and press discuss the dangers of wild animals, not only the wild domesticated and un-domesticated cats, to protect the general public.

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