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Ask the Board of Commissioners to protect community cats with ordinance 22-0291.

North Carolina: Support a Durham County cat ordinance

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The Durham County Commission will soon vote on a lifesaving community cat ordinance.

If approved, this ordinance will help the community implement lifesaving (and nuisance-reducing) trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) programs.

TNVR (also known as TNR or trap-neuter-return) is an animal-friendly, veterinarian-approved, cost-effective, and common-sense method for keeping community cats safe, healthy, and out of shelters, while reducing their numbers over time.

TAKE ACTION: Ask the Durham County Board of Commissioners to approve the community cat ordinance. Use the form on this page to send a personalized message to commissioners now.

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