Another example where a mobile cat clinic is called in to help with cat population control. This time it's in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The clinic, run by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), will be free for pet owners who hold a community service card.
The mobile clinic already had reduced stray and unwanted animal populations when it toured the North Island.
Canterbury SPCA shelter manager Geoff Sutton said stray cat numbers were "ridiculously high" in Christchurch.
"We hope this will result in an immediate reduction in the numbers of stray and unwanted animals around the region this year.
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