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tvo.org) tells an astonishing story – Cornwall, Ont., has more cats per capita than any place in Canada. There are thousands of feral cats and the documentary asks, why? Also, what can be done? We meet the locals who loathe the cat population and those trying to do something. There is also some fascinating information about the impact of cats on bird populations, and the environment in general. The story told (made by Aaron Hancox of Markham Street Films) is as much about the people as the cats of Cornwall; where people are frustrated but it emerges that there is no easy answer or solution.

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