Wildlife Control: Trap-Neuter-Return
According to National Geographic, an estimated 70 million homeless cats live in the US. Without shelter and regular access to food or veterinary facilities, feral cats usually reproduce without control, attack and kill wildlife, and succumb to deadly diseases. If you notice feral cats living around your property, there are a few wildlife control methods you could take. Unfortunately, most methods are not effective. You could trap the cat and release it elsewhere, but this method doesn’t impact the feral cat population. You could also call a shelter to remove the cats, but feral cats are wild animals that are not adoptable, so they most likely will be euthanized. Instead of these methods, practice an effective and humane method of wildlife control: trap-neuter-return.