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Delaware Combats the Feral Cat Population with House Bill 235

Paws Up!
November 5, 2018
To Governor John Carney for signing House Bill 235 to help decrease the feral cat population in the state of Delaware.

Feral cat colonies exist because man chose to neglect the important responsibility of spaying or neutering. This routine surgery is fundamental in humanely decreasing the number of feral cats. In a recent news article, Delaware Governor John Carney (D) signed House Bill 235 on October 1, 2018. This bill encourages caretakers of feral colonies to spay and neuter, as well as vaccinate, in the fight to decrease colony numbers. The bill also states that caretakers are not owners and protects them from any liability. 

To learn more about the advantages of spaying and neutering and TNR, please download our free brochures here.

Take Action: Delaware residents thank Governor Carney for passing HB 235 to create a humane solution for combatting feral cat populations. 

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One response to “Delaware Combats the Feral Cat Population with House Bill 235”

  1. Diana Lewis says:

    Thank you for promoting spay/neuter and release!

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