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Feral Cats abound in Valemount

Gracie is a feral cat with a new home in Valemount. The Robson Valley Spay and Neuter Society is helping cats like Gracie find a loving place to call their own.

You think your town has a cat problem? Try Valemount. Three colonies in this Robson Valley town are mating and producing kitties at an alarming rate. But fear not. A group of women are working to give these cats a second chance. Chris Dolbec speaks with Betsy Trumpener.

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