Editorial: Spay-the-stray program helps cut euthanizations

The Johnson County Animal Shelter has not euthanized a dog due to overcrowding for about four years. It also has reduced the number of cats it has been forced to put down.

This downward trend is due principally to the work of the shelter staff, and for that they are to be commended.

After a new program was started to limit the stray cat population last year, the county already is seeing an impact.

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