CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — The subject of unwanted feral cats forced Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to take action.
At least 83 feral cats have been trapped on campus since the school, a year ago, started a program to humanely stop the wild creatures from breeding.
The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported Monday that school employees turn the felines over to the Animal Care Center, to be fixed and released. Center manager Kelli Copeland says the program was created to help prevent overpopulation by feral cats.
University spokesman Marshall Collins says the program is working and there's been a decrease in the number of kittens.
The Physical Plant's Ground Department helps fund the school's feral cat program.
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