Ohio county faces problem of stray cat overpopulation

01/31/2010 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

AVMA research indicates a minimum of 68,000 out of the estimated 150,000 cats in Montgomery County, Ohio, are household pets, with the remainder being either community, abandoned or feral cats. Experts say trapping and euthanizing stray cats and trap-neuter-release programs could help control the population but could be costly.

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