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Cat Leash Proposal to Go to Another Vote

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) — On Monday, the West Springfield City Council voted down a proposal to require cats to be leashed in public.

The council wants to vote again, once they have a public hearing and rework the measure.

The proposal would also impose a fine if an owner neglected to clean up after their pet, which includes cats.

Westfield and Agawam already have similar ordinances in places.


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