On Monday, November 12, the Fort Worth City Council will again consider a Trap-Neuter-Return ordinance that will affect the right to care for feral cats.

Over and over, code enforcement officials have proposed an ordinance that discourages people from doing TNR by imposing fines and penalties and interferes with caregivers’ privacy by requiring them to register to care for a colony of cats.

We’ve submitted amendments to the proposal that will fix these problems and encourage TNR. If our changes are approved by the Council, cats and caregivers will be fully supposed and protected by law.

Fort Worth residents, contact your city councilors today to tell them you support Alley Cat Allies’ amendments to the TNR ordinance.

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