Should we allow cat hunting in New Jersey ?

The question on the table is :
If it's true that as many as 2 million cats without owners are wreaking havoc in the Garden State, is it all that different than a problematic deer or bear population? 

Instead of a Trap Neuter Return ( T-N-R ) program for feral or "un-owned" cats, some people are suggesting Domestic Cat Hunting as a solution.   Basically, a trap and KILL program. 

I believe T-N-R programs are a fine solution, but more communities need to step up and make things happen locally. 

Killing everything that becomes a "problem" isn't the right answer...

 What do you think ? 

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