The question should read:
Should the city be more aggressive in intimidating local citizens volunteering their time and resources to address San Angelo's feral cat problem?
The City Animal Shelter had the whole town to begin trapping and exterminating feral cats. They picked an area with an organized feral cat colony, one where volunteers had already reduced their numbers from 200 to 55.
The poll above shows 80% of respondents think the city should back off. While Arlington, Texas and other U.S. communities explore strategies to deal with the feral cat problem, the City is driving away local partners. For years the City Animal Shelter collaborated with feral cat colony volunteers. City leaders should require Animal Services return to such a strategy.