Tell the Mountain View City Council Not to Stop Trap-Neuter-Return on Google's Campus.
The successful GCat Rescue Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program on Google’s Mountain View, California, campus is in jeopardy. GCat volunteers have worked hard during the past eight years to stabilize the population of cats, but now these cats are at risk of being removed from their outdoor home. According to corporate representatives from Google, the company is receiving pressure from Mountain View employees to terminate the GCat Rescue TNR Program under the mistaken belief it will protect burrowing owls. Trap and remove is cruel, ineffective, and a waste of taxpayer money. Tell the Mountain View City Council that lethal control is not a solution—TNR is.