In just Montgomery County, there are more than 85,000 stray or free-roaming cats. Clearly, cat overpopulation is a problem that many neighborhoods in our community are struggling with and one of the easiest ways to help with this problem is to spay or neuter your cats. Not only does this address the overpopulation problem, but it also leaves your pet healthier and safer. Here are just a few benefits your pet will have from being spayed or neutered.
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Are stray or free-roaming cats a problem in your community? The Humane Society can help. Whether you love cats or not, one thing is clear, the Miami Valley region has a cat overpopulation problem. Join us for a free presentation led by some of the nation’s leading cat experts to show effective and cost-saving measures to lower cat numbers in our area in a humane way. The presentation will be Tuesday, Sept. 3 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Golf Club at Yankee Trace, 10000 Yankee Street in Centerville, and is free and open to the community.