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(317) 706-05378 hours ago Resources: If you have an injured or ill colony cat, contact Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic at (317) 706-0537. In addition, if the cat can be handled, contact Dr. Peter Johnson at Hawthorne Community Center Low Cost Medical Clinic (2440 W. Ohio St., Indianapolis, IN 46222) every …

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4 hours ago large” of …cats, and feral animals Rhode Island R.I. Gen. Laws § 4-22-5 Holding At-Large or Impounded Cats Provides holding period requirements and disposition options (including euthanasia) for feral cats with and without ID; allows for euthanasia of feral cats without ID prior to holding period if determined to be dangerous (at

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4 hours ago The list contains only Indiana state laws. Cruelty to a law enforcement animal Sec. 11.3 Cruelty to a search and rescue dog Sec. 11.5. Cruelty to a service animal Cats, and Ferrets. 345 IAC 1-5. c. Livestock and Poultry Care IC 15-17-3-23 a. Standards of care for livestock and poultry 345 IAC 14.

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8 hours ago Joined Jan 2, 2008. ·. 31 Posts. Discussion Starter · #1 · Jul 7, 2008. Only show this user. i dont like to take the life of any animal unless i have to. but in my area feral cats are extremly bad killing rabbits and birds by the droves. sometimes these animals just have to be dispachted is …

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6 hours ago Cats and the Law • Dead, alive or hybrid cross all classified as “cat” (9 CFR State laws that address “feralcats . Nebraska New York Rhode Island Texas Utah Vermont Virginia California . • “Community Cat” - feral or free-roaming cat without

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5 hours ago Generally, the state laws that do address these issues simply (1) define feral cats and (2) enable local governments to adopt their own solutions The result of this approach, though, is that the law of feral cats can, and often does, vary drastically within the same state. (For further information on specific state laws, see the Detailed

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1 hours ago Brief Summary of Feral Cat Legal Issues. This overview discusses state laws that impact feral cats. The article analyzes the concept of "ownership" as it concerns feral cats, and outlines some of the legal considerations for feral cat caretakers. When a person sees a malnourished kitten roaming her neighborhood, her first instinct is often to

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2 hours ago Local laws, such as local animal control ordinances, are part of a city and/or county code. Ordinances often include sections on animal cruelty, ownership, at-large regulations, mandatory spay/neuter, and cat licensing. For community cats, the inclusion or omission of just a few words in these laws can be the difference between life and death.

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5 hours ago It is tricky to get a handle on the subject. Let’s say there are half a billion feral cats on the planet – a guess. Four-fifths of them are unprotected by law (400,000,000). The remaining 100 million have protection under standard animal welfare laws relating to all animals. Being protected means in law they are protected.

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5 hours ago I feed several 7 or 8 feral cats in back of my house. Now the neighbor put a letter in my mailbox telling me that they are. spraying on her property and she is going to get an attorney and sue for damages. I cannot afford to get them all spayed, but plan on taking them to the humane society , but I only have two traps and this will take me a while.

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5 hours ago Infinite Scroll Enabled. Neutered and spayed feral cats soon will be able to freely roam Indiana mobile home parks.Gov. Mike Pence on Wednesday signed into …

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9 hours ago All cats – domestic and feral – are protected by the Animal Welfare Act of 2006 and it is an offence to trap or intentionally kill or harm them in any way. Domestic cats are considered by law as the property of the owner so anyone killing or injuring a cat can be charged under the Criminal Damage Act 1971 and so they should be. Also

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1 hours ago Overview. Feral cat laws can be confusing and convoluted, especially when considering that there are no federal laws regarding Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Only 14 states and the District of Columbia have laws that even use the phrase “feral cat.”. Many laws affecting outdoor cat group caregivers are at the county or town level and may not

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9 hours ago Published: 6:41 AM EDT March 28, 2014. Updated: 9:29 PM EDT April 14, 2016. Neutered and spayed feral cats soon will be able to freely roam Indiana mobile home parks. Governor Mike Pence on Wednesday signed into law a bill that will end a ban on the felines if they're trapped, spayed or neutered and released. It takes effect July 1.

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7 hours ago It’s the Law Laws for the protection of animals are among the oldest laws in history. Indianapolis/Marion County has also set up specific laws related to the care and treatment of companion animals. Listed below is a summary of the most pertinent of these laws. For an unabridged copy of the Indianapolis/Marion County animal ordinances, contact the City-County Council offices at …

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7 hours ago Officers are required by law to kill all feral cats. If a policeman spots a cat running at large on any streets, ally or public place, it is his duty as a cop to exterminate the feline. It's only fair to share

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1. Alley Cat Allies fully supports the creation of state spay/neuter funds. Spay/neuter funds expand accessible, low-cost spay/neuter services and save lives. These funds also help caregivers carry out Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). More than half of the states have already established such programs. The Maryland state legislature created a fund in 2014 that awards up to $1 million in grants annually to spay and neuter cats and dogs. In Maryland, the program is funded via a small fee on pet food dealers. States spend millions of dollars annually on sheltering and euthanizing healthy cats and dogs. Ultimately, these spay/neuter initiatives save taxpayers money because fewer animals enter shelters.

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7 hours ago New Delaware Law Helps Stray and Feral Cats. In October of 2018, the state of New Delaware implemented a new law called HB 235, which should have a beneficial effect on both stray cats and feral cats. First, it lets interested individuals take care of both stray cats and feral cats without actually going as far as to assume ownership over them

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8 hours ago I have an area for feral cats (on my 3.2 acre property) to obtain food and shelter for the evening and know that many have disappeared over the last two years. I also know that some have been shot by a "neighbor" one-quarter of a mile down the road-this includes one of my house cats as well. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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2 hours ago cats and area resources. If feral or free roaming cats are a problem in your neighborhood, the City of Painesville recommends the following: 1) Obtain an appropriate trap and/or hire a company to trap the cats. 2) Monitor the trap on a regular basis – more given inclement weather conditions. 3) Contact the resource list on the following page

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6 hours ago October 2, 2018. Alley Cat Allies was proud to be present as Delaware Governor John Carney signed a bill into law on Monday that supports community cat programs like Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) around the state, ensures cats get the protection they deserve under Delaware’s animal cruelty laws, and benefits communities and animal shelters.

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4 hours ago Trap-Neuter-Return & the Law: Where the Ferals Fit In and Where They Don’t Course Materials 1. LEGAL STATUS OF FERAL CATS • N.Y.S. Public Health Law § 2140(13) "Feral animal" shall mean any cat, dog or ferret that is born in the wild and is not socialized, is the offspring of an owned or feral cat, dog or ferret and is not socialized, or

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9 hours ago Ordinances apply only to the jurisdiction that enacted them. Federal law has little impact on cats, state anti-cruelty laws provide basic care and criminalize abusive behavior and sometimes contain health requirements and/or a definition of cats that includes feral cats. Local laws are the most likely to have a direct impact on cats.

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1. State laws provide a broad framework that local governments must keep in mind when crafting more specific ordinances tailored to their community’s unique needs. State laws can cover issues like anti-cruelty, animal abandonment, access to spay and neuter funding, and animal shelter oversight. You can learn more about state laws and how they impact cats at alleycat.org/CatsAndTheLaw.

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6 hours ago Laws & Ordinances. As the number of households with domestic cats and number of caretakers of outdoor cat colonies continues to rise, it’s important to know the local and state laws and ordinances governing both owned and free-roaming (owned, stray or feral) cats. Philadelphia Community Cats Council complies with all local city, county and

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2 hours ago Maryland County Laws Regarding Feral Cats From June 2014 through August 2014 the Department queried the County Attorneys throughout Maryland for information on any county laws with regards to feral cats. The following is a compilation of the responses received as of …

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9 hours ago Indiana has no laws regulating ownership of common exotic animals, such as pet birds, domestic rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, and rodents. Current laws require permits for venomous snakes, exotic felines, and wildlife: Summary of Law: All persons who possess certain wild animals must obtain a permit for each animal they possess.

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4 hours ago A California Superior Court has ordered the City of Los Angeles to halt what was described as an effort to "secretly and unofficially" promote TNR or trap neuter return, the practice of trapping feral cats, spaying/neutering as well as vaccinating them, and returning them to a feral cat colony cared for by a volunteer caregiver.Under a TNR program, kittens and cats that are not actually …

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(301) 262-6452Just Now Prince Georges Feral Friends, SPCAPO Box 1036, Bowie, MD 20718(301) 262-6452 / www.PGFerals.org. Prince Georges Feral Friends, SPCA is the home of: PG Adopt-A-Classroom -- Compassion Watch TV. Holistic Health Care for Pets -- No Kill Prince George's County, MD.

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2 hours ago Regulation of Cats Generally [31751 - 31754] ( Chapter 1 heading added by Stats. 1998, Ch. 747, Sec. 5. ) 31752.5. (a) The Legislature finds and declares the following: (1) Domestic cats’ temperaments range from completely docile indoor pets to completely unsocialized …

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6 hours ago Free-roaming cats also pose a low but important threat to human health. Zoonotic diseases (diseases that can be transmitted from animals to people) include rabies, toxoplasmosis, ringworm, cat scratch disease and many other diseases. Human injuries (bites and scratches) often occur if feral cats are handled without proper precautions.

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6 hours ago A feral cat is a cat that was born in the wild, is the offspring of an owned or feral cat that is not socialized, or is a formerly owned cat that has been abandoned and is no longer socialized. This differs from a community cat, which is a feral or free-roaming cat without visibly ID that has been sterilized, vaccinated, and either eartipped or

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6 hours ago In 2011-12, Stryker police Chief Steve Schlosser chose to use humane kill methods to deal with the stray and feral cat population. “Do we spend $60 each or …

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6 hours ago A new law enacted in August 2017 allows Illinois counties to allocate money from pet population control funds toward trap-neuter-vaccinate-return efforts for …

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6 hours ago DNR: “Domestic cats are responsible for extinction of numerous mammals, reptiles and at least 33 bird species globally. A study, published in 2013, estimated between 1.4 to 3.7 billion birds and 6.9 to 20.7 billion mammals are killed annually in the U.S. by feral and free-ranging cats.”

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1 hours ago Feral Cat Friends, Bloomington, Indiana. 885 likes · 87 talking about this · 4 were here. Feral Cat Friends is an all volunteer nonprofit organization in Bloomington/Monroe County, Indiana, that

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1 hours ago FERAL & STRAY CATS. These services are provided at no charge. We do suggest a donation of $40 per cat to help with the cost of care. Other items such as flea medication and KMR (kitten replacement milk) are available for purchase over the counter. For these prices see other low-cost services. Click here for feral or stray cat info. PET CATS

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6 hours ago The Community Cat Program, which was adopted on June 26, will go in effect on October 1. It will allow cats to freely live throughout the county. Previous laws did not allow for cats to be

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it legal to own a feral cat in your state?

The answers to these questions can vary widely depending on where the individual lives. Although some state and local governments have enacted laws attempting to resolve some of these issues, most states and municipalities do not have any laws governing the care and ownership of feral cats.

What is the feral cat ordinance in Hamilton County Indiana?

If you are feeding outdoor strays, feral, or unowned cats in Hamilton County, Indiana, you are required by the county Feral Cat Ordinance to: Implement a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) policy, including vaccinations and an ear-tip

Is it legal to trap-neuter-return a feral cat?

Feral cat laws can be confusing and convoluted, especially when considering that there are no federal laws regarding Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Only 14 states and the District of Columbia have laws that even use the phrase “feral cat.”

What do you need to know about feeding feral cats in Indiana?

Feral Cat Information If you are feeding outdoor strays, feral, or unowned cats in Hamilton County, Indiana, you are required by the county Feral Cat Ordinance to: Implement a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) policy, including vaccinations and an ear-tip Remove all kittens and adoptable friendly cats from the colony

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