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Groups want to team up to fix feral cats
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Warren County has a population of feral cats. To combat the problem around convenience center dumpsters, two organizations want to stem their reproduction by initiating a program called Trap-Neuter-Release.
Two local organizations are teaming up in an attempt to tackle the feral cat problem in Warren County.Helping Animals of Warren County and We Care Pray Love Fight Pet Rescue are looking to initiate a program called Trap-Neuter-Release to stop the cats from reproducing. “We’ve been talking about how there are a lot of cats around some of Warren County’s dumpsters,” said Jan Saylors, a member of HAWC. “We want to see what we can do about the feral cat population.”Trap-Neuter-Release is the humane approach to addressing a community’s cat population. It stops the breeding cycle of cats and, in doing so, will reduce the cat population.