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We don't want to go 'hog wild'

Anyone who’s been around feral animals and who have been paying attention has noticed we have a problem, and believe it or not, that means anyone who has just been paying attention, because we are all surrounded by feral animals whether we notice them or not.
Some are more damaging than others.
The most common locally, the feral cats that roam freely through the streets, neighborhood and parks of Great Bend, for example, do less damage than those that are currently being confronted in New York state, but they still spread disease, hard local wildlife and even present a ...


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