Here’s hoping that Charles County, Maryland, stands up to the feral cat mafia and moves ahead with plans to require cats be licensed and special “animal fancier” licenses be required for those who harbor ten or more cats on their property. It’s the right thing to do and will hopefully cut down on feral cat colonies, the scourge of North American wildlife.
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