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ACC&D study confirms cat populations can be reduced by fertility control if used at sufficient intensities

by valerie benka | Dec 09, 2014
ACC&D’s new study confirms that free-roaming cat populations can be reduced by fertility control if performed at sufficiently high intensity. Published in the peer-reviewed open-access journal PLOS ONE on November 26, 2014, the study uses sophisticated computer modeling techniques and best available scientific data to explore the effectiveness of different population management approaches. It offers new insights on options for responsibly managing free-roaming cat populations. Click here for the full press release, a link to the study, and access to free guidance documents offering practical advice for cat population management.