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New ordinance in Wake County allows use of TNR method to control cat population 

Martha Sue Carraway was working at Duke University in 2006 when she discovered a cat living near campus. She was caring for the cat, providing it food and water, when it had a litter of kittens. The next summer, the cat had…

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