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Delaware is the first state to reach 'no-kill' status.

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I don't know but we have two dogs and three cats. We had, I can't remember how many, cats neutered at our expense but the coyotes got all but the three that found their way into the house through the doggie door and are now safe.

gearl Level 7 Aug 13, 2019

So great that you're doing your part. Look out for those coyotes...one thing I don't have to worry about inside the city, though we have raccoons & possums. Occasionally a gator if you live out by water. All of them can hurt a cat or small dog.

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Too many. And Philadelphia is most likely going to go into overdrive - they have me an estimated 400k feral / stray cats. Last year they spayed and neutered 67k and that won't keep up. Honestly, I don't know what to do there. I support only no kill centers. A shout out to where my daughter volunteers in Charlotte NC - Saving Southern Kitties.

We need more people like you & your daughter. I'm ashamed of TX, my state does a poor job.

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