Stray animal roundup winds down in Tamuning, Tumon, and Harmon

The number of stray animals on island is on the rise. (PNC file photo)

The stray animal roundup will soon start in another village.

As March comes to an end, the stray animal roundup will wrap up in the villages of Tamuning, Tumon, and Harmon.

Tamuning, Tumon, and Harmon caught 64 stray animals, according to the Mayor’s Council of Guam stray animal committee chairperson, Rudy Paco, who is also the mayor of Mongmong-Toto-Maite.

Mayor Paco said TaTuHa did a good job catching strays.

“Tamuning did an awesome job in rounding up the stray animals,” Paco said.

He further stated that for March, a total of 123 dogs, 12 puppies, 1 cat, and 3 kittens were turned in.

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Paco says the villages of Agat, Mangilao, Santa Rita, Yona, and his villages Mongmong-Toto-Maite also submitted animals for the month.

The mayor added that the next village to have the traps set up have yet to be determined.

The decision, which will be made soon, is between Agana Heights or Asan-Maina.