New Jersey city council rejects feral-cat proposal

06/30/2010 | Jersey Journal (Jersey City, N.J.), The

A proposed ordinance that seeks to authorize volunteers to manage a program aimed at controlling feral-cat populations in Bayonne, N.J., has not been supported. Animal experts opposed the proposed program to trap, neuter and return animals, saying it has not been effective at reducing "feline populations or predatory behaviors," or at curbing disease spread.

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