Pet Population Control

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1980
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Higgins, Tonya
Pineda, Mauricio
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Conservative estimates indicate that there are between 65 and 110 million cats and dogs in the U.S. today and that about 200,000,000 are born annually (2,000-10,000 per hour). To provide a home for every dog and cat, each household would need to own 30 pets. This overpopulation of companion animals warrants investigation in four specific areas.

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