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P.G. bill would allow feral cats to avoid euthanasia

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The Prince George's County Council is hoping to avoid a catfight over a proposed bill that would allow feral cats to be released rather than euthanized. The bill, introduced by Councilwoman Mary Lehman, D-Laurel, would give cats that have been "ear-tipped" a better chance of avoiding euthanasia. Ear-tipped cats have been trapped, vaccinated and neutered, then returned to the outdoors by an...

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