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St. Charles County offering public programs to curb cat overpopulation

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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- If left unaltered it is possible for one female cat and her offspring to produce more than 400,000 kittens in just a few years; a great deal more than can be placed in loving homes.

That's why St. Charles County officials are taking action. They are offering county residents who need help low-cost spaying and neutering for pets.

The program will will be offered on the first Thursday of each month, starting in February and running through November.

The program includes a rabies vaccination and costs $30 per cat and $55 per dog and is by appointment only.

The county also runs a program called Operation Sterile Feral for the treatment of feral cats.

Residents can bring in strays one Sunday every month starting in February and running through December, by appointment only.

For more information, click here.

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