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Since then, 12,500 animals have been castrated in Upper Austria in order to prevent the uncontrolled reproduction of strays.

Participating organizations can apply for funding for the microchipping, neutering and registration of stray cats. “The animals can multiply quickly. Castration is a routine veterinary intervention that can save a lot of cat misery,” says Animal Welfare Councilor Michael Lindner (SP).

A total of one million euros has been invested since the start of the project, and due to the increase in prices, Lindner announced an application for an increase in funding from the current 75 to 80 euros per animal in the future.

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