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Feral cat population growing in south Buckinghamshire

26 August 2013 Last updated at 07:26 BST

Cats are often treasured family pets, but now a growing number of them are making new homes in the wild and causing problems for the RSPCA.

In south Buckinghamshire they have been forced to begin a neutering programme after animal welfare bosses admitted they needed to control and reduce the feral cat population.

Keith Doyle reports.

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