Study Finds High-Intensity TNR Saves More Lives and Reduces Populations Over Time More Effectively Than Culling or RemovalRead Now
A ground-breaking study, published in 2019, used a simulation method to estimate the success (as defined by cat and kitten survival rates as well as decrease in overall population) of TNR in comparison with other population control methods over a 10-year period. Although many previous studies have evaluated the effectiveness of population control projects by tracking changes in population size over time, this is the first to use computer-generated modeling in order to be able to compare different population management methods on a single population of cats.
7/25/2022 02:22:43 am
As the global community works to reduce the number of animals killed for food, a new study finds that high-intensity methods of neutering and releasing wildlife can save more animals and reduce populations over time more effectively than culling or removal.
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