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An appreciation for cats is needed

Editor: April was both National Pet Month and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.

For those that do care, progressive changes can always be accomplished. For starters, society’s collective psyche might procure within itself an appreciation for all cats, most notably those who are homeless.

As a priority rule, they should be collected and spayed or neutered. Perhaps their eventual great reduction in number will then translate into proper appreciation or at least respect for them.

Furthermore, respective city halls should order that pet cats be confined indoors when not on a leash.

Frank Sterle,

White Rock

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