Cat problem

Lethbridge has one.

Several Lethbridge groups are committed to saving these cats. Ginn credits Purrfect Endings and the No Kill Alliance for their roles in rescuing cats year-round.
“It’s not just in the industrial,” she adds, pets are found deserted all over the city.
Not all the abandoned cats get rescued or die, however. Ginn says some survive — and multiply.
“There are thousands of feral cats in the industrial area,” and she says that problem won’t be remedied until the city adopts a compulsory neuter-spay bylaw.
“Then we would see the population go down.”

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