University of Florida Has Been Overtaken by Feral Cats
The University of Florida's Gainesville campus is starting to resemble the smelly apartment of an old cat lady. The school has been overtaken by more than 100 feral cats, and it's ignited a war on campus over what to do with them. While the school current's policy could lead to many of the cats being euthanized, some students and staff are hoping for a more humane approach.
"I'm not going to let an animal starve to death under the building," Wordentold The Gainesville Sun
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