Cat problem

Verdun tries Trap-Neuter-Return.

Verdun’s plan to trap and sterilize 100 stray cats this spring is the borough’s response to what has become a growing problem throughout much of the Montreal region. 

Rising numbers of stray cats in residential neighbourhoods are creating feline population densities never before seen in other Canadian cities.

As the situation stands now, the majority of stray cats picked up on city streets – whether by the SPCA, Berger Blanc or other pounds – are euthanized.

The Montreal SPCA is already grappling with more cats than it can handle, euthanizing up to 50 per cent of cats left there by their owners for which new homes cannot be found.

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