If you've spotted feral cats in Seminole Heights, you may not be the only one.
In an effort to rid the community of the sometimes pesky feral cats, volunteers are debating whether to start rounding up the cats in Seminole Heights. Some residents began discussing their plan in the comments area of the website seminoleheightsblog.com. Most of the comments are posted by anonymous users.
Those comments suggest that volunteers are looking to remove cats without a notched ear - which indicates it has been spayed and neutered - with plans to trap and take them to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, according to the "Official Unofficial Seminole Heights Blog."
A lot of cats are located in areas such as that between Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and Hillsborough Ave., according to the blog, prompting volunteers to comment about plans to begin working in that area.
Commenters suggest that anyone with an outdoor cat should make sure it has tags or its ears notched, the blog said, or else it could be at risk of being trapped or removed.
What do you think about the effort to trap feral cats? Do you think non-feral cats are at risk of being taken away? Tell us in the comments.