Has our big debate about feral cats made the national news? There is a proposal under consideration to have an 'open season' on feral (wild) cats. People could shoot cats if they're out in the wild without a collar or tags on. The 'pros' say that the cats kill lots of songbirds (maybe small rabbits, too), spread disease, etc, and the 'cons' say you just can't kill poor little kitty. I would say "only in Wisconsin", where the visually impaired can receive a hunting license, but apparently there are a couple of other states that allow this practice. What say you, cat lovers???