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Experts say cats should be kept indoors for their safety

Ophelia, a downtown Schenectady resident who has spent most of her life indoors, looks out through the back door of her home. (Bill Buell/Gazette Reporter)
Ophelia, a downtown Schenectady resident who has spent most of her life indoors, looks out through the back door of her home. (Bill Buell/Gazette Reporter)
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Allowing your cat to roam unfettered in the natural wilderness that is your backyard doesn’t make you public enemy No. 1. It does, however, demonstrate a lack of initiative and common sense, according to scientists and cat lovers around the country. “There are so many ways to keep your cat busy indoors and keep them safe and so many bad things that can happen to them outside, I’m always telling people to keep their cats ...

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