Abuse of homeless cats targeted in Yonkers

The city has set aside $15,000 in hope of stabilizing the homeless cat population in the city. (7/17/14)

YONKERS - There's now a new push by the city of Yonkers to stop the abuse of homeless cats.

The city has set aside $15,000 to provide "trap, neuter and release" efforts.

Animal experts say the campaign would stabilize the homeless cat population in the city.

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The push comes after a shocking case of animal cruelty in which more than 25 cats, in shopping bags, were found dangling from trees in April.

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