During the November 5th Tulare County Supervisors meeting, Dr. Larry Weber, a retired pharmacist, made an impassioned appeal to the Supervisors to stop trapping and killing the cats in Mooney’s Grove Park. He and a group of volunteers had successfully stabilized one colony, and hoped to stabilize the other two colonies through the Trap, Neuter and Release (TNR) Program. His modest request that day was to ask for a one-year moratorium on the park’s practice of killing the cats. During that year, the TNR program could be evaluated for its effectiveness in controlling and reducing the cat population in Mooney’s Grove at no cost to the county.
The TNR Program is used all over the state except in the Central Valley, and is supported by all the major veterinaries. Tulare County’s kill rates at 84.4% are the highest in California and are an unnecessary expense to Tulare County taxpayers.
What the fuck visalia
I will always have such adoration for flowers and a strange fondness for envelopes.