City Council Votes To Keep Cat Voucher Program
Monday January 23rd, 2017
Posted at 8:35pm
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Windsor City Council voted Monday evening to retain the cat spay/neuter voucher program.
The program was facing elimination in the city’s budget.
The program was first started in 2012 with a budget of $75,000. The 2013 budget was reduced by $25,000 to reflect the actual activity from the 2012 pilot program and has remained at the same budget level since.
As of October 12th, 2016 city administration says that a total of 3,041 feral and owned cats have been spayed or neutered since the inception of this program.
Council voted to fund the program in the amount of $30,000.