While I LOVE seeing stories like this one, where an ACO is taking the lead to get TNR programs enacted, I wish they would use a different spin to get people on board. That last quote, "It's time to get control of the problem before someone gets hurt." And the comments about their concern about rabies. Considering only one case of rabies in the past 10 years or so has been attributed to "possibly" having come from a cat in the US, the threat of these ferals having rabies is so slim. But it could just be the spin they are using to get people on board with the program. I could just see it backfiring and leading to "if they are such a threat to people, let's just exterminate them...."