Spay, neuter program sees quick results

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

In August, the county started a program that focuses on spaying and neutering stray cats. The county is working with IndyFeral, a nonprofit group that works to reduce the number of stray and feral cats by trapping them, vaccinating them, and spaying or neutering them, before releasing them again

The county has euthanized 183 cats since then. It euthanized 254 cats in that same period the previous year.

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