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CFHS releases report, Cats in Canada 2017: A Five-Year Review of Cat Overpopulation
January 5, 2018
Message from the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies:
The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS) released a report, Cats in Canada 2017: A Five-Year Review of Cat Overpopulation.
Data was compiled from a follow up survey conducted in 2017 to its ground-breaking 2012 study, Cats in Canada: A Comprehensive Report on the Cat Overpopulation Crisis. CFHS sought opinions from municipal shelters, veterinarians, humane societies and SPCAs, rescue organizations, trap-neuter-return groups, spay/neuter groups, and other such organizations that help house or care for unwanted, abandoned, stray, and feral cats in Canada.
You can Download your free copy of the report here.
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