What Dustin Burt and probably a lot of other homeowners do not understand is it is not ‘trap and release’ in neighborhoods so the cats can continue to multiply; it is ‘trap, neuter and release’ which will not increase the cat population.

Releasing altered cats in neighborhoods will help to keep the rat and mouse population down as well as other small ‘varmints.’

I’ve never in my 71 years seen a cat kill or eat a squirrel, a frog or a lizard.

I would think some of the neighborhoods would appreciate the mouse and rat population diminished by altered felines.

In fact, I would love to see some altered cats in my neighborhood to control the rats and mice in the fields and the barn/garage.

Marti Preuss

Rosenberg

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Dustin Burt

I have never see a bear poo in the woods, but I know it happens. The point is that responsible homeowners deserve their property rights to be respected. Keeping a clean yard and home will go a long way in preventing a rodent infestation. The number of cats is already to high as it is. It needs to be reduced. People also keep mice and snakes as pets, should I allow them to roam freely on your property?

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