Our Man in Washington: Pet Overpopulation Crisis

Pet overpopulation, primarily of cats and dogs, had become enough of a concern in 1973 that policymakers and experts were looking into ways of lowering their birthrates. Originally published as "OUR MAN IN WASHINGTON" in the September/October 1973 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.

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