Dear Ms. Kitty: Shining a spotlight on issue of feral cats

Feral cats at Douglas Memorial Park in Cape May, N.J., gather for mealtime on Friday, Aug. 3, 2007. Volunteers feed the cats everyday. Government officials say feral cat colonies on Cape May are eating the Piping Plover, a threatened and protected species of shore bird. The federal government is considering intervening on the side of the birds.  (AP Photo/David Gard)
Feral cats at Douglas Memorial Park in Cape May, N.J., gather for mealtime on Friday, Aug. 3, 2007. Volunteers feed the cats everyday. Government officials say feral cat colonies on Cape May are eating the Piping Plover, a threatened and protected species of shore bird. The federal government is considering intervening on the side of the birds. (AP Photo/David Gard)
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