Humane strategies for controlling feral cat populations.

@article{Levy2004HumaneSF,
  title={Humane strategies for controlling feral cat populations.},
  author={J K Levy and Patti C. Crawford},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={2004},
  volume={225 9},
  pages={
          1354-60
        }
}
Despite theenhanced status of cats as human companions, mil-lions of unwanted cats are admitted to animal shelterseach year and most of these cats are euthanatizedbecause homes cannot be found for them. Debateabout the true impact of free-roaming cats on the envi-ronment, on feline welfare, and as a reservoir of felineand zoonotic diseases is ongoing, often emotional, andfueled largely by a lack of sound scientific data onwhich to base credible conclusions. Separating theimpacts of free-roaming… CONTINUE READING

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