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Letter: There Are Other Options for Cats

Joyce Coomer writes:
An ordinance that small animals that are not used for breeding purposes be spayed and neutered. There are a few people in the county who show dogs and according to some show regulations cannot be spayed or neutered. There are a few people who raise dogs for sale so they could be considered kennels.

Alley Cat Allies -- https://www.alleycat.org -- provides information on TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) at https://www.alleycat.org/resources/trap-neuter-return-ordinances/. They also have much more information about community cats.

Before any overly-restrictive ordinance is even considered, all other options should be explored. - Joyce M. Coomer, 270-384-4495




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