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  1. What about spaying and neutering?
  2. For the most part neutering a male cat is a standard.
  3. Spaying and neutering helps to alleviate the dog and cat.
  4. The Cat Colony Care programme has shown that by catching, neutering and.
  5. Nation-wide stray cat and dog neutering programs, sponsored, organized and paid.

  6. There is general ignorance on the benefits of neutering; some vets still tell owners.
  7. It makes sense that medics could assist veterinarians or perform needed services such as spaying and neutering if they’re to learn medical procedures on animals, or that they could assist doctors in treating the abundance of human injuries.
  1. The old tiger’s been neutered.
  2. Even neutered, these things were scary as hell.
  3. The German shepherd was a neutered male and the.
  4. Did this behavior start when the cat was declawed or neutered? Have you.
  5. You will come across this kind of behavior mostly with neutered male cats.
  6. After which they can no longer bite anyone, and are essentially neutered.
  7. It’s as if they are all neutered or spayed during the assimilation 329.
  8. However, male cats that are neutered before they reach full maturity (usually.
  9. Roger had seen to it that they were neutered and given the necessary treatment.
  10. By the time of his death in AD 14 he had neutered the Senate and become paranoid.
  11. To prevent this from happening they are brought to my office, and neutered by me.
  12. After finally splitting up with Merthin she had fallen into a kind of neutered state, in which she did not think about sex.
  13. Even the chicks that are not chemically neutered by the pesticide levels in their bodies, they found have no desire to breed.
  14. Zomburbia, the virtual heart of the social netscape, is the last refuge of the mindlessly munching spectators of anger who consent to being neutered by willingly submitting to the golden lash.
  15. Even the seabird chicks that do not develop testicular cancer while still inside their shells; are found to be chemically neutered and sterilized, by the pesticides that their mother ate before laying her eggs.
  1. The others could be considered political neuters, too easily led by the smoothly charismatic Dimarico.
  2. She feeds them, takes them to the vet when they are sick, neuters them to pacify them and keep their numbers down.
  3. These latter, by which alone the variety can be propagated, may be compared with the fertile male and female ants, and the double sterile plants with the neuters of the same community.
  4. I may give one other case: so confidently did I expect occasionally to find gradations of important structures between the different castes of neuters in the same species, that I gladly availed myself of Mr.
  5. I allude to the neuters or sterile females in insect communities: for these neuters often differ widely in instinct and in structure from both the males and fertile females, and yet, from being sterile, they cannot propagate their kind.
  6. Smith has shown that the neuters of several British ants differ surprisingly from each other in size and sometimes in colour; and that the extreme forms can be linked together by individuals taken out of the same nest: I have myself compared perfect gradations of this kind.
  7. But we have not as yet touched on the acme of the difficulty; namely, the fact that the neuters of several ants differ, not only from the fertile females and males, but from each other, sometimes to an almost incredible degree, and are thus divided into two or even three castes.
  8. Moreover, until recently, feelings of sexuality and sexual need among those over 60 years of age might be cause for guilt feelings, based on the culturally constructed assumption that people were supposed to "mature out of" sexual interest and become sexual neuters as they entered into their so-called "golden years.
  9. I may digress by adding, that if the smaller workers had been the most useful to the community, and those males and females had been continually selected, which produced more and more of the smaller workers, until all the workers were in this condition; we should then have had a species of ant with neuters in nearly the same condition as those of Myrmica.
  10. In the simpler case of neuter insects all of one caste, which, as I believe, have been rendered different from the fertile males and females through natural selection, we may conclude from the analogy of ordinary variations, that the successive, slight, profitable modifications did not first arise in all the neuters in the same nest, but in some few alone; and that by the survival of the communities with females which produced most neuters having the advantageous modification, all the neuters ultimately came to be thus characterized.
  11. Thus, in Eciton, there are working and soldier neuters, with jaws and instincts extraordinarily different: in Cryptocerus, the workers of one caste alone carry a wonderful sort of shield on their heads, the use of which is quite unknown: in the Mexican Myrmecocystus, the workers of one caste never leave the nest; they are fed by the workers of another caste, and they have an enormously developed abdomen which secretes a sort of honey, supplying the place of that excreted by the aphides, or the domestic cattle as they may be called, which our European ants guard and imprison.
  12. With these facts before me, I believe that natural selection, by acting on the fertile ants or parents, could form a species which should regularly produce neuters, all of large size with one form of jaw, or all of small size with widely different jaws; or lastly, and this is the greatest difficulty, one set of workers of one size and structure, and simultaneously another set of workers of a different size and structure; a graduated series having first been formed, as in the case of the driver ant, and then the extreme forms having been produced in greater and greater numbers, through the survival of the parents which generated them, until none with an intermediate structure were produced.

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1. Biblical Hebrew is devoid of neuter case nouns.
2. A devilish plan to neuter the Lavery threat was.
3. As if I was not a female any more but a neuter, a.
4. Also, 'trap, neuter and return' programmes in other countries have been very.
5. That is why the town halls don‘t want to implement Neuter & Return program on.
6. Protected neighborhoods; where people feed regularly, vaccinate, neuter (thereby.
7. Waddington, is the use of the neuter adjective in ικον, but this theory is not conclusive.
8. OBJECTIONS TO THE THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION AS APPLIED TO INSTINCTS: NEUTER AND STERILE INSECTS.
9. Very interesting, doctor Herron, and why would a dentist want to neuter a Zombie? Are you trying to tell me they can make baby Zombies?
10. Anyhow, Manby had a tom-cat once that site had had to have turned into a neuter, and the first thing it did afterwards was to produce kittens.
11. I am surprised that no one has advanced this demonstrative case of neuter insects, against the well-known doctrine of inherited habit, as advanced by Lamarck.
12. Chu was trying to extract herself from a conversation from an ambitious, young male who had just had the realization that he was no longer going to live life as a gender- neuter.
13. The word „gender is a grammatical term, referring especially to inflective languages that happen to have nouns and pronouns in three declensions: masculine, feminine, and neuter.
14. One of the most serious is that of neuter insects, which are often differently constructed from either the males or fertile females; but this case will be treated of in the next chapter.
15. Habit no doubt often comes into play in modifying instincts; but it certainly is not indispensable, as we see in the case of neuter insects, which leave no progeny to inherit the effects of long-continued habit.
16. But I must confess, that, with all my faith in natural selection, I should never have anticipated that this principle could have been efficient in so high a degree, had not the case of these neuter insects led me to this conclusion.
17. John as applying the masculine personal pronoun ejkeinov to the Holy Spirit (although the word Spirit, pneu~ma, is neuter) in a manner which can be satisfactorily explained only in the sense of the Catholic Church of all ages, that a Personal distinction is designed (see also Acts x.
18. If a working ant or other neuter insect had been an ordinary animal, I should have unhesitatingly assumed that all its characters had been slowly acquired through natural selection; namely, by individuals having been born with slight profitable modifications, which were inherited by the offspring, and that these again varied and again were selected, and so onwards.
19. In the simpler case of neuter insects all of one caste, which, as I believe, have been rendered different from the fertile males and females through natural selection, we may conclude from the analogy of ordinary variations, that the successive, slight, profitable modifications did not first arise in all the neuters in the same nest, but in some few alone; and that by the survival of the communities with females which produced most neuters having the advantageous modification, all the neuters ultimately came to be thus characterized.
20. With sterile neuter insects we have reason to believe that modifications in their structure and fertility have been slowly accumulated by natural selection, from an advantage having been thus indirectly given to the community to which they belonged over other communities of the same species; but an individual animal not belonging to a social community, if rendered slightly sterile when crossed with some other variety, would not thus itself gain any advantage or indirectly give any advantage to the other individuals of the same variety, thus leading to their preservation.
21. These are beings of the great neuter species: impotent men, parasites, cyphers, who have a little land, a little folly, a little wit; who would be rustics in a drawing-room, and who think themselves gentlemen in the dram-shop; who say, "My fields, my peasants, my woods"; who hiss actresses at the theatre to prove that they are persons of taste; quarrel with the officers of the garrison to prove that they are men of war; hunt, smoke, yawn, drink, smell of tobacco, play billiards, stare at travellers as they descend from the diligence, live at the cafe, dine at the inn, have a dog which eats the bones under the table, and a mistress who eats the dishes on the table; who stick at a sou, exaggerate the fashions, admire tragedy, despise women, wear out their old boots, copy London through Paris, and Paris through the medium of PontA-Mousson, grow old as dullards, never work, serve no use, and do no great harm.
22. Animal welfare groups rescue a lot of these animals, treat them, neuter them,.

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