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Local Rescue Work from TNR Model In Dealing with Feral Cats



Feral cats are an issue throughout Georgia, and one local CSRA animal rescue is doing its part to decrease the population with the trap, neuter and release (TNR) model.

TNR is when a feral male cat is trapped, brought to a veterinarian for neutering then released back to the streets. Kathryn Ell...

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