Slow Feral Cat Overpopulation with Megestrol Acetate

While the surgical procedures of spaying or neutering cats is the preferred method for permanent control of feral populations, it is not always possible to stay ahead of the rate of live births that cats are able to attain in warm climates such as ours. Trapping, neutering and returning (TNR) to the location trapped is the best method of slowing population growth through attrition, but can be difficult to consistently apply using volunteers and limited traps. Now, there is a way to buy more time to TNR using Megestrol Acetate.

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