Summary Phoenix College is ending its efforts control the feral cat population around its campus. The Arizona Republic reports school officials say they decided to end the program because the cat population has only doubled, despite their efforts. School employees have spent the past several years trapping, neutering and returning the cats.
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Summary PHOENIX -- A colony of feral cats is growing on a college campus, despite efforts to trap and neuter the felines. But later Monday afternoon, Phoenix College sent out a news release, changing course on their plans, and recommitting to their trap and release program. The release cites "concern from the community" as one of the reasons for their decision to keep the cats on campus.