The descendants of Ernest Hemingway's cats – dozens of them – freely roam the writer's former home, now a museum. In a controversial court case, a judge says the felines must be regulated under federal law.http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2012/1209/How-Ernest-He...
Sounds like they need a trip to the vet for some spaying and/or neutering.
One added irony in the cat case is that Whitehead Street bisects a section of Key West well known for the large number of chickens and roosters roaming free through the streets. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2012/1209/How-Ernest-He...Which begs the question: do the Key West chickens and roosters affect tourism and therefore interstate commerce?Peter
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