Belgium Plans Mandatory Spay-Neuter for Cats
Last year, more than than one-third of the country’s 37,000 strays were killed in shelters. So the Belgian government has come up with a plan by which almost all cats must be fixed by the year 2016.
If the plan is passed into law, the country will embark on a phased neutering of all cats except exotic pedigrees at the start of next year, and there will be a ban on using corner shops, noticeboards and small ads to get rid of unwanted litters of kittens.
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