South Newton Township cats safe for now

So proud of my friend JF Richards, who gathered more than 14,000 signatures in protest of South Newton Township’s plans to trap and euthanize free-roaming (stray) cats in September.

After a public meeting tonight, the plan has been changed, and the township will now allow volunteers to do TNR (trap, neuter, release) instead.

Check out the “Save the South Newtown Township Cats” Facebook page for more information, and check out the videos below:

JF’s videos:


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2 Responses to South Newton Township cats safe for now

  1. Cat and Animal Person says:

    Jerk – Rabies shots are NOT painful. One cat bites a preschooler ??? How did the child come in contact with a feral cat ? How did they find out that the cat had Rabies ?

  2. jf richards says:

    it was quite the meeting !!

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