The regional NSW council made the submission at a state parliamentary inquiry into the management of pounds

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Tamworth regional council has called for cat containment and desexing to be made mandatory across New South Wales at a hearing into a state parliament inquiry into animal pounds.

The director of livable communities at Tamworth Regional Council, Gina Vereker, told the inquiry on Tuesday that the council would “encourage legislation to require a mandate for cats to be desexed and contained”.

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