Researchers test feline contraceptive to reduce feral cat population

09/29/2011 | WJXT-TV (Jacksonville, Fla.) ·

University of Florida researchers have tested a drug that could sterilize female cats and help control the feral cat population. A single injection of GonaCon, which is registered for use in female white-tailed deer, produced sterility in cats that researchers say could last between five months or more than five years.

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