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Feral Cats: Feeders Should Be Involved in Trapping

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Audra Farrell, Community Cares supervisor for the San Francisco SPCA, says she encourages those who are already feeding stray cats in their community to be involved in trapping those stray cats.

Audra Farrell, Community Cares supervisor for the San Francisco SPCA, says she encourages those who are already feeding stray cats in their community to be involved in trapping those stray cats.

The people who are feeding cats in their community are the most successful when it comes to trapping stray cats. This is because the cat already has a routine with this person—a specified feeding time each day. This makes it easier to trap train the stray cats and get them to an animal shelter to be spayed or neutered.

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