Spaying project targets problem of Norfolk’s strays

From today’s Virginian-Pilot:

When David Downs started work at The Face Companies in Park Place, he noticed more than cars in the parking lot.

Stray cats seemed to enjoy the relative safety around the building and, over time, grew in number. Face Companies employees have fed and watered the cats for several years out of compassion, but became concerned about when kittens started showing up.

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