Here’s where the council decided feeding can happen

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Mt. Shasta Area Newspapers Following a three hour public hearing on its Feeding of Feral Cats draft ordinance Thursday night, the Weed City Council added new language that would allow some feeding of the abandoned pets and their litters. If voted on and passed next month, the ordinance would permit […]

Mt. Shasta Area Newspapers

Following a three hour public hearing on its Feeding of Feral Cats draft ordinance Thursday night, the Weed City Council added new language that would allow some feeding of the abandoned pets and their litters.

If voted on and passed next month, the ordinance would permit feeding feral cats on private property if the owner consents. This includes feeding by the owner of the property. Feeding without consent would be prohibited, as would feeding on all public property – including on streets, sidewalks, alleyways and in parks.

Because the feral cat ordinance was in its second reading, having passed the first reading a month ago, the change cycled the process back a step. Now, the new draft will receive a new second reading and is expected to be voted on at the next meeting, barring further change, according to Weed City Attorney Ryan Reed.

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