Massachusetts city weighs in on feral cat proposal

06/1/2010 | Republican (Springfield, Mass.), The

The City Council in Holyoke, Mass., is set to consider today a proposal to regulate the feeding of area feral cats. The proposal, which carries up to $100 in fines for violators, aims to require area residents who feed at least four feral cats to enroll with the city and participate in the "trap, neuter and return program," which would be regulated by the Board of Health.

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