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May 31, 2011 11:59 AM CST
Name: Lance Gardner
coastal plain Virginia
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Recently, I received an email from a fellow Master Gardener on feral cats. Here are the links, including some information on why the trap/neuter/release program is not very effective in controlling feral cat colonies and the loss of local native wildlife they cause, as well as graphic images of what happens to cats left outside.
From the Wildlife Society: This link has both impacts to outdoor cats and local wildlife. This link includes more links to information on the impacts of cats to wildlife, and about the health of the cat itself.
From the American Bird Conservancy: Includes information on the hazards to cats as well as wildlife. Another document on why trap, neuter, release does not work.
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