Philly group offers lesson in caring for wild cats

Perhaps the management at the Lehigh Valley International Airport, which claimed in a news story last week it has no "non-lethal" solution to its feral cat problem could take a few lessons from Prancing Paws - a Philadelphia-based network of volunteers who prowl the streets in search of wild cat colonies and tame them (or at least capture them so they can be sterilized and vaccinated) with a little salmon and a lot of love.

My colleague Elmer Smith at the Daily News has the story.

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