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Trap and release program saves money, cats’ lives

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Posted: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 12:00 am

Stephanie Ward shields her eyes from the sun as she inspects about 15 cats stretched out in the shade at the corner of Rush Street and an alleyway Tuesday morning.

She is studying each cat to see if a tip of one of their ears is missing — an indication she has previously trapped them and had them spayed or neutered before returning them to their home on the streets of Lodi.

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