Panthers may be moving north
Some experts think female cats should be moved to help establish a colony in Central Florida.
By CRAIG PITTMAN, Times Staff Writer
St. Petersburg Times, FL
Peace of mind
By Richard Kujath
Beatrice Daily Sun, NE
County gets proactive in animal control problem
To offer discount spaying, neutering for local pet owners
BY ANGELINA BELLEBUONO
Morgan County Citizen, GA
Neuter Scooter returns to help cat owners
SOUTH BEND -- South Bend Animal Control is joining with PetsConnect! to sponsor Neuter Scooter's return to South Bend on Jan. 8. The mobile clinic's visit on Dec. 10 was termed a great success with 93 cats neutered in one day.
Candor Town Talk
By ANNE O. STOUT
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Another question called in focused on stray cats: if you have them, what shelter will take them? After several calls I have learned that Stray Haven does not take cats and currently the Project Paw group is full of cats and cannot take more. Animal Care Council in Endicott is still taking cats, but you must bring the cats to them. Local veterinarians might have more suggestions for you.
Ithaca Journal, NY
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Rescue league needs temporary homes for cats
Neponset Valley Daily News, MA
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Community Concern for Cats -- Needs volunteers to transport cats to their spay/neuter appointments, bottle-feed motherless kittens and provide foster care while cats await adoption. 925-755-2561
Contra Costa Times, CA
WEST ST. PAUL: City counting on pet owners
BY BRIAN BONNER
The new dog-cat ordinance raises the permissible limit to three, up from two, of either animal. With a special permit, residents can own up to six animals — as long as no more than three are dogs. Service animals and those temporarily sheltered as part of a foster-care program are exempt.
St. Paul Pioneer Press, MN