Stryker Village Council met on Monday night and during that meeting, a lot of time was spent discussing how to control stray cats.
After the issue of the disposal of trapped stray cats by the police department last month, The Bryan Times reports that council discussed the need for an official policy dealing with feral cats in Stryker.
Now reportedly under consideration, is a resolution which would allow police officers to provide live cat traps to residents. Under the proposed regulation, The Humane Society would then be contacted to handle the trapped cats and then Stryker would pay for the cost. Also, an ordinance is under consideration that would hold anyone who feeds a stray cat, responsible for any damage done by that cat.