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What If Everything You Thought You Knew About "Feral" Cats Was Wrong?
Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference
Among the many topics discussed under the broad category of urban ecology, few are as contentious as the management of unowned free-roaming cats. Like any public policy, the policies intended to effectively manage the population of these cats must, in addition to meeting other criteria (e.g., reflect broad public interest, economic feasibility, etc.), be based on sound science. Although many communities across the country have implemented programs based on the trap-neuter-return (TNR) method ofdoi:10.5070/v427110453 fatcat:sjz6s3g4gzb23ga27yxj53qj6i