As many as 30 cats are roaming the streets and digging in dumpsters for food in the small southern Minnesota town. KEYC reports the cats have also cost a local lumberyard thousands of dollars in ruined product. Police say feeding the animals makes the problem even worse. The city is now teaming up with the Waseca County Animal Humane society to trap the cats.
Way Over Our Heads podcast: MN likely in for a warmer winter
Listen to to the expert, Kenny Blumenfeld, a senior climatologist with the DNR Climatology Office.