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Cleveland earmarks $40,000 to neuter stray cats

By jim Published: March 10, 2009

CLEVELAND -- The city is helping residents reduce the number of stray cats. The Public Safety Department will pay $30 of the $40 fee to have a cat neutered at the Cleveland Animal Protective League up to a maximum of $40,000 this year, enough to neuter 1,333 cats.

City Council members say they get more complaints about roaming cats than potholes or burned-out streetlights. And kitten season has begun. Female cats can become pregnant at just four months of age and give birth to three litters a year.

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