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January 03, 2008
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LAPD enlists feral cats for rat patrol

By Carla Hall
Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — They are the homeless of the domestic animal world -- colonies of feral cats that roam residential neighborhoods and lurk around office buildings and commercial garages, scavenging for food.

Unlike other strays that might rub up against a leg hoping for a crumb or a head rub, these felines are so unaccustomed to human contact that they dart away when people approach. Feral cats cannot be turned into house pets. When they end up in municipal shelters, they have little hope of coming out alive.

Full story: LAPD enlists feral cats for rat patrol






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