October 10th, 2023
Lumsden Valley Cat Rescue made a presentation to the Town Council. Lumsden resident Jaylyn Obrigewitsch, who represented the volunteer group, came to the council to ask for financial and other assistance.
"Our mission is to improve the lives of our stray and feral cats in the Lumsden Valley. Every cat deserves an equal shot at a good life," she said.
Obrigewitsch said the cats are an asset because they control rodents but that if the population isn't managed, one female cat can produce up to 200 kittens. "So that becomes problematic...and there is a current population problem in town."
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