Los Angeles County supervisors have passed a measure requiring residents in unincorporated neighborhoods to spay and neuter their cats.
The city of Long Beach is poised to start cracking down on its dog and cat population.
Pasadena city officials are considering a policy that would require pet owners to spay or neuter their dogs and cats after a city ordinance was passed earlier this week, the Pasadena Star News reports.
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously voted in favor of a possible ordinance calling for the mandatory sterilization of pit bulls in the county’s unincorporated communities.
In an effort to curb the cat population in the Los Angeles-area, Found Animals is offering residents $5 for each cat brought in to be spayed or neutered.
Residents in South Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley can receive $5 for each cat they bring in to be spayed or neutered.
A city in Riverside County will consider a plan to force all pet owners to spay and neuter their pets.
Proceeds from the sale of pet lover’s license plates will go to help fund free or low-cost spay and neuter surgeries across California.
The first 300 pet owners who make appointments will be eligible to save 50 percent on the cost of spaying or neutering their pet.