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I Like Minneapolis (and St. Paul)! — 7 Comments

  1. The sounds like fantastic positive news I love it when a state see’s sense because theres always a good chance that others will follow 🙂

  2. This is great news,TNR can certainly be very effective,there is no need to take the life of unfortunate cats.
    I hope and pray this policy comes to pass.

  3. I can’t believe how much it costs to put a cat to death. I am glad it’s expensive. It bloody well should be. I guess the chemical costs alot or something. That is really something that works in everyones favour. If it were really cheap there would be less hope for TNR. Hopefully this will set a good example for other places to follow. There will always be cats, whether they are different cats or the same cats. Better to have the same ones stay and live a good life in my opinion. And the whole thing about being criminal for helping them is beyond the extremes of absurdity.

    I’m just glad it costs a fortune to kill them.

  4. It’s so good to read something positive about the treatment of stray and feral cats for a change and I hope this TNR happens in Minneapolis. It’s been proved it works in St Paul and in other places too but I think to some people a cat’s life isn’t worth the bother of TNR when they can simply kill them.
    Well now money has entered into it as it’s found that it’s cheaper to TNR a cat than kill him/her, maybe other cities of the USA will follow suit because money seems to be the God of a lot of authorities over there.

    • Thanks for the comment Ruth. This is the first time I have seen city statistics that strongly supports TNR on a factual a basis including money, the biggest motivator of all. I think this is important.

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