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Chicago has released 1,000 feral cats onto its streets in an effort to deal with the city’s rodent problem after it was named the rat capital of the United States for the sixth year running.
Animal shelter the Tree House Humane Society is behind the Cats at Work program, neutering the animals before they are returned to patrol the Windy City.
The article goes on to state the following:
The shelter says it uses felines that who ‘wouldn’t thrive in a home or shelter environment’, or ‘those cats cannot be reintegrated into their former colonies’ for the pest control.
The report notes that since the program began in 2012, Tree House Humane Society has released up to 1,000 cats on to the city’s streets.
In October of last year, Chicago was named the rat capital of the US for the sixth year in a row.
ICYMI: Meet the cats fighting Chicago’s rat problem https://t.co/d17sbvMNja
— WGN TV News (@WGNNews) May 12, 2021
Chicago releases 1,000 FERAL CATS onto its streets to deal with surging rodent problem https://t.co/oeVNNPoNzU
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) May 13, 2021
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