Feed Strays For 30 Days? They're Yours

Feed Strays For 30 Days? They're Yours


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In Sacramento County, California, every household is only allowed to have up to 4 cats. Many families in the Citrus Heights neighborhood are feeding stray, feral cats by setting up shelter and food outside the house. However, according to animal control, if you put out food for 30 days for a stray, the cat is considered legally yours.

Dani Adamson has trapped and turned over 25 strays to animal control in the past year. However, just down the street, her neighbor Rich Brown keeps 2 cats inside his home and feeds 5 strays outside.

What is your view on where the legal line lies on this issue?

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