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By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Feral Cats Get Their Day In Plan Before City Council


October 14, 2021

Daria Anderson-Faden

This feral cat lives on the south side of Kimball. A program is proposed to catch, spay or neuter, and release feral felines in the city.

Kimball resident Tiffany LaBeau addressed the Kimball City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 5, to ask for financial support to assist in a program to spay/neuter feral cats. LaBeau said that she has at least 25 feral cats near her residence on North Elm.

A presentation by LaBeau explained that her proposal to spay/neuter feral cats would use the Cheyenne Animal Shelter for sterilization and core vaccinations for a nominal fee of $40 per cat. Once the animals have been treated they are returned. The program would prevent diseases, deaths and eventually reduce the feral population. Her plan includes...

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