Population characteristics of feral cats admitted to seven trap-neuter-return programs in the United States

  title={Population characteristics of feral cats admitted to seven trap-neuter-return programs in the United States},
  author={J. L. Wallace and J. Levy},
  journal={Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery},
  pages={279 - 284}
  • J. L. Wallace, J. Levy
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery
  • Internationally, large populations of feral cats constitute an important and controversial issue due to their impact on cat overpopulation, animal welfare, public health, and the environment, and to disagreement about what are the best methods for their control. [...] Key Method Data from 103,643 feral cats admitted to TNR programs from 1993 to 2004 were evaluated. All groups reported more intact females (53.4%) than intact males (44.3%); only 2.3% of the cats were found to be previously sterilized. Overall, 15…Expand Abstract
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