UPDATE 3/17: Feral Cats Win Reprieve

Updated 3/17
A group that advocates for feral cats is stepping up to the plate to help control the Chantilly cats, negating the need to euthanize them. The news from Saturday's Metro section is here.

Updated 3/11
The news from this afternoon is here.

Originally posted 3/5
According to this story from this morning's Metro section, the 200 or so feral cats that roam the streets of the Meadows trailer park in Chantilly have long been the darlings of some of the neighborhood's residents, though others find them a nuisance. Now the development's management company is getting involved; they want to trap and remove the cats and take them to the county animal shelter, where the pro-cat neighbors are worried they will be euthanized.

By Focus on Fairfax |  March 17, 2008; 8:34 AM ET  | Category:  Animals
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