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Re: [animalwelfare-182] cat colony

From: Susan H.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 3:48 PM
There are feral feline groups in the Portland and Bangor areas.  Where is this colony?
----- Original Message -----
From: Kathleen
Sent: Tuesday, September 21,[masked]:25 PM
Subject: [animalwelfare-182] cat colony

Hello animal advocates,
I recently moved to an area which has a large feral cat population/colony.  They are at least 40 and are fed  by good people in the neighborhood.  Please help these cats and give me suggestions on help trapping/feeding/humanely dealing with them before they all suffer and die of cold and starvation this winter.  I did call friends of feral felines but have not heard back yet. 
Thank-you from the cats,

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