Bourbon County: Cat-care group to meet at library

A community meeting of Feline Lifelines will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the community room at the public library, 701 High Street, Paris.

This group is dedicated to caring for cats by reducing the growing population of unwanted animals, finding homes for stray animals and helping senior citizens who want to keep their animals but have limited resources for providing food, litter, transportation to a vet for medical needs, etc. Among other things, the group will develop a program to trap, neuter and release feral animals living in colonies.

Feline Lifelines plans to work with other like-minded organizations, such as local veterinarians, PAWS, Happy Tails, Low Cost Neuter/Spay and Rescue, and Spay our Strays in Georgetown.