Land Board Approves Rule Changes Banning Feeding, Abandoning Animals
According to testimony from some of the women who manage feral cat colonies on O‘ahu, cat numbers can be dramatically reduced with proper care — not leaving food out, trapping, spaying and neutering them — but it just takes about 15 years or longer.
Lisa Thompson, who has been taking care of cat colonies for 25 years, told the Board of Land and Natural Resources on September 8 that she manages two colonies.
“Each was probably over 50 [cats]. Today, it’s nine and 12,” she said.
Over her objections, as well . . .
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