From the Best of the Web: "A feral cat colony in Brooklyn is set to be cleared at the Gateway National Recreation Area [this] week, according to an edict from the National Park Service, which oversees the federally protected, 26,600-acre nature preserve," New York's Daily News reports:
"Feral cat colonies are prohibited on Federal property," reads a sign posted Sunday near the entrance to the park in Plum Beach, where about 25 cats call home. . . . The felines pose a threat to native shorebirds, small mammals and reptiles who share the woods and beach, Park Service officials said.There's just one problem, barks Eric Boehm of Watchdog.org: "Cats can't read signs."
Just more government stupidity.