The Challenges of Feral Cat Management: A Case Study on Population Control Methods
Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
This project examines the impact of feral cats through a study of positive and negative effects on the environment, our communities, and people; while looking into the variety of population control methods being used. The research was accomplished with the use of a questionnaire designed to determine what population control methods are currently being used and what are the biggest concerns in regards to feral cats in the Minneapolis-St Paul area. This Capstone challenges the argument that there is only one solution to control feral cat populations and research shows more collaborative work should be done in order to see a significant change in feral cat populations.
Hendrickson, Jodi Lynn, "The Challenges of Feral Cat Management: A Case Study on Population Control Methods" (2014). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 51.
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