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Cat Hoarding Problem In West Seneca!!

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The town of West Seneca seems to be having a problem with cat hoarding.  So much so, that the officials in the town are considering a measure that would put a limit on how many cats a household is allowed to have.  The proposed number is 4. This proposal comes after a number of residents complained about the felines trolling the streets looking for food.  In some cases, local authorities found homes where there were more than 20 cats.  A public hearing on the proposal is scheduled for Thursday,  September 27th.

 

(Metro Source)

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