Residents, city leaders meet to discuss cat controversy

FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN)– City leaders meet with residents to discuss how to deal with the number of stray cats in the area.

The Green County Humane Society and animal shelter reached an agreement.

Fairborn Mayor, Dan Kirkpatrick led Monday night’s meeting at the Holiday Inn on Presidential Drive.

The city’s former policy allowed 72 hours after a nuisance cat was trapped to see if it was domesticated.

If not, the cat was euthanized.

Monday, the group discussed the new arrangement, for the Greene County Animal shelter to put those cats up for adoption.

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