Pass the Old Bridge NJ Trap-Neuter-Return Ordinance
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The Town of Old Bridge New Jersey is holding a town council meeting March 27th for the second reading of the Trap-Neuter-Return Ordinance. The board is currently divided between trap-neuter-return or trap and destroy. Rescue groups and individuals have stepped up to offer their assistance in trapping-fixing and returning the cats. All the cats are ear-tipped and rabies vaccinated. The problem is growing to an unmanageable increase in free-roaming cats while the board contemplates the decision whether to move forward with the ordinance or not. Destroying the cats will not end the problem as new cats will re-populate those areas in which food and shelter are available. Rescue groups and individuals have been helping with the cats and kittens that are adoptable by finding them homes. This has been a 4 year discussion going on while volunteers are out there trying to solve the problem. The councils main concern is that the town does not incur any expenses by moving forward with the ordinance! Is the council aware that many people have been trapping and fixing cats for years out of their own pocket. Its time to move forward with the Trap-Neuter-Return ordinance so that Old Bridge can begin resolving the free-roaming cat issue in the most humane way. Please show your support by signing the petition.
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