“Catfight” examines the struggle over how to deal with America’s stray cats.
In this story produced with PBS NewsHour, we examine what the cat fight over feral felines is all about.
Cats are America’s most popular pet, with nearly 80 million in our homes today. But for every pet cat curling up in our laps, there’s another stray or feral cat roaming our landscape.
Check out our sneak peek at “Catfight,” an in-progress documentary coming out later this year. Cat lovers and wildlife conservationists clash over how to manage the stray and feral cats roaming alleyways, parks and woodlands. Who will prevail?
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