That's why I said most will die, but we can try set them free slowly, slowly get them back into the habitat. Honestly, anyone who keeps pets, only keeps them for their own pleasure, its not like they're doing it for the benefit of the animal. Seriously, adopt a homeless child not an animal, leave the animals alone. You can't understand how I feel about this. I can't keep talking about this, because I'll just get pissed off, and I'll have the admins on my back.
You do realise that with views like yours, it's probably far more humane to just euthanise them all rather than kicking them out in an environment they simply are not suited for? Oh and people who adopt pets wont be looking to adopt a child as an alternative. The two are not like-for-like.
I understand your views partially. I am against forcing animals to become indoor animals against their will. I particularly hate full-time caged pets. I hate pet stores too, they can be inhumane. But you really need to think those views through properly as you would simply cause an even bigger problem. Domesticated animals cannot simply learn to survive in the wild. Those skills have long been weened out of them in favour of more agreeable traits.
This isn't even considering the danger to the environment. If domesticated cats were to survive on their own peril, do you realise the impact that would have on the bird population and anything else they eat? Same with dogs. You'd probably wipe a ton of species. We'll also have dogs and cats running rampant in the streets, rummaging through bins, shitting everywhere. Dogs tend to hang out in packs thus making them a potential danger. And people will
feed them, so they will continue to rely on us and hang around us anyway (there are plenty of countries where this is the case).
Not sure why you have an issue if animals are content living with us. Don't see why it should be an issue if a species evolved to live with a different species. It can be a mutually beneficial relationship.