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June 06, 2018

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Flicka

No more homeless pets. Harris County Animal Shelter has the right idea - and I love the phrase Community Cats! Thank you Opinionated Pussycat for this great news.

Sheltie Times

It's good to see them spayed/neutered to decreased the feral population without killing the animals through population control.

There is an impact on the environment in which large feral cat populations live that also has to be considered when monitoring numbers of these wild cat colonies. While they are great in cities for controlling the rat and rodent populations in suburban and rural areas they have a larger impact on other species that create an imbalance in native populations.

Brian Frum

Oh Kiril, we love your post and such a wonderful organization. Hey, Mom Paula is going to the CWA conference so make sure you meet her, she is working hard on the Catblogosphere. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

Kiril Kundurazieff

I look forward to meeting Paula!

Ellen Pilch

I am glad there is a group doing so much good.

Monika & Sam 🐾

All best wishes to Harris County on their program.

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