Illinois area considers cat licensing

09/24/2010 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

A proposal in Carpentersville, Ill., would require area owners to obtain licenses for their cats. The fees, which would cost $3 or $5, will be used to fund a city initiative that aims to cut the number of feral cats by trapping the animals, neutering and spaying them, and finally releasing them back to the streets.

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