Tennessee city considers spaying and neutering ordinance

The Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee in Memphis, Tenn., approved Tuesday an ordinance that calls for the mandatory spaying and neutering of dogs that weigh 30 pounds or more, and cats 6 months and older. The measure, which will go through a full council vote in two weeks, would not apply to police, service and working dogs.

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