N.J. city considers feral-cat ordinance

04/29/2010 | Jersey Journal (Jersey City, N.J.), The

An ordinance introduced in Bayonne, N.J., would authorize a local volunteer group to manage feral-cat colonies in the area. Under the ordinance, feral cats would be trapped, spayed, immunized against rabies and ear-tipped before they are released to the streets. Area feral cats are now being sent to a shelter in Newark and euthanized if left unclaimed for seven days.

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