After receiving backlash from across the country, South Newton Township officials will hold a meeting Tuesday night to discuss what to do with their feral cat population.
Last month, officials in the Cumberland County township came up with a plan to trap and euthanize the animals after a pre-school student was bitten by a rabid cat.
Criticism to that plan was immediate and widespread. Opponents said that cats that are not necessarily infected would have been killed.
The meeting to discuss alternative plans will be held at 7 p.m. at the South Newton Volunteer firehouse.