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  • Feeding feral cats, controlling wild population

    Samantha Stephens traps wild cats in St. Clair County, IL, near St. Louis, MO, to have them spayed or neutered and control the feral population. She then feeds them. County leaders are considering a proposed ordinance that would allow Stephens and others to legally trap feral cats.

Samantha Stephens traps wild cats in St. Clair County, IL, near St. Louis, MO, to have them spayed or neutered and control the feral population. She then feeds them. County leaders are considering a proposed ordinance that would allow Stephens and others to legally trap feral cats. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com
Samantha Stephens traps wild cats in St. Clair County, IL, near St. Louis, MO, to have them spayed or neutered and control the feral population. She then feeds them. County leaders are considering a proposed ordinance that would allow Stephens and others to legally trap feral cats. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com

Progress being made to make St. Clair a no-kill county

August 05, 2017 7:00 PM