Feral Cat Ordinance Approved

The Kenosha City Council has approved a plan that allows for feral cats to be trapped and released. Along the way the cats will be spayed or neutered, have their ears clipped for a marker, and then released and assigned to what’s called a “Community Cat Caretaker.” They will be assigned with feeding and providing shelter to the cats without becoming the owner. Several other amendments were offered during a two hour discussion on the topic. In the end the measure passed with only three dissenting votes.



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