Jamestown Eyes Effort To Quell Stray Cat Population

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JAMESTOWN – A new program to help quell the growing stray cat population in Jamestown is in the works.

The Jamestown City Council is schedule to learn more about the topic during Monday night’s work session meeting at the Northwest Arena.

During the special meeting, which is scheduled to highlight the arena’s “The Zone” project, the Chautauqua County Humane Society Executive Director will discuss the proposed plan.

According to the meeting’s agenda, officials eye working with the Humane Society to trap, neuter and vaccinate community cats.

In total the initiative would cost $5,000. The money is already allocated in the City’s Budget.


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