COLUMBIA — A group of Columbia’s feral cat supporters burst into applause near the end of the City Council meeting on Tuesday. The members of Spay, Neuter and Protect welcomed council member Gary Kespohl’s suggestion that the group apply for city funds to help shoulder the costs of neutering and maintaining the health of Columbia’s feral cat population.
City passes new feral cat ordinance addressing caretakers
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