Cat Bill Put On Pause Amid Environmental Groups’ Concerns | WFSU
Releasing stray cats back into society, after they’ve been neutered and vaccinated, could become law in Florida if a bill aiming to help Florida’s cat population in a humane way is passed. But, the measure’s sponsor was forced to put the bill on hold, after it faced a lot of opposition during its first committee stop Monday.
The ultimate goal of the bill is to humanely curtail the growing population of stray cats in Florida. According to legislative analysis, one female cat and her offspring can produce up to 370,000 kittens in seven years.
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