'Blue Collar Cats' enlisted to fight off rodents in Washington, D.C.

The Humane Rescue Alliance pairs homeowners and shops with cats who prefer to be outdoors and work as a form of pest control.
1:15 | 06/17/19

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Montgomery. Few weeks ago I led in that shop you can eat rat. IA was just mentioning meth to other business owners and someone recommended them other cat program within a couple of days I got a call from the company. Thing. We he has been preparing for Montgomery and China for a few weeks now we. Super special cat foods they like we get it tactful way in case they need to wanna engage with us that we understand that they are working hat DC density associate. A lot of wake island where but really when it also emphasized that these cats are doing. My job we have a lot of anecdotal. Responses from people who had passes it IAC. An immediate reduction in another few weeks I don't see that's anymore it seems like it's working really well.

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