Saturday, May 9, 2009

Feral Cats On The Rise

(My comment: Nowhere in this article was it mentioned the harm those cats do to our native wildlife when abandoned into the wild after neutering. Nor is it mentioned that it is immoral and unethical to do so, and unlawful to endanger the protected fauna they kill.)

Jill Huling of Wood County is an avid animal lover who has been feeding stray cats through the organization "Save A Kitty."

So every night for two years Huling feeds dozens feral cats and lately she has had more hungry mouths to feed.

"With the economy people can't take care of themselves let alone their animals so instead of taking care of their animals they are dropping them off and they are ending up in our colonies,"said Huling.

Huling's colony has 32 cats and she said that there are over 20 feeding stations for stray cats all over Wood County.

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