Council OKs agreement on feral cat concern at Riverside Park

Brownwood Town Council customers authorized an arrangement Tuesday with the Brownwood TNR (lure neuter return)…

Brownwood Town Council customers authorized an arrangement Tuesday with the Brownwood TNR (lure neuter return) group to relocate the feral cat colony in Riverside Park to a close by metropolis-owned spot off Industry Put Boulevard.

Council members accredited the memorandum of being familiar with, which outlines a number of techniques the city and TNR will take after TNR consultant Tami Rodgers achieved previous week with Mayor Stephen Haynes and Town Supervisor Emily Crawford.

It is hoped the agreement will make the Riverside Park cat colony a exam scenario to figure out whether or not TNR can “successfully attain attrition or reductions in the cat populace,” council users had been informed.

According to the agreement, Brownwood TNR will:

• Go the cat colony in Riverside Park farther away from the park region to city-owned assets exterior of the park. Brownwood TNR might just take up to 6 months to progressively shift the feeding station to the new locale.