Feral Cat Management Programs
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Programs that trap feral cats who cannot be tamed and placed into homes, neuter or spay them and, after a day of recovery, release back them onto the street to live out the remainder of their lives. The program reduces the feral cat population by halting the production of litters rather than capturing and killing the animals.
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