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All Points: Are public pets OK?

Stacey Taylor (cq), center, works with two of her vet techs, Amanda Elliott, left and Martha Roberts, right, at the Fort Worth Low Cost Spay and Neuter Program's new facility in Fort Worth on Westport Parkway.
Stacey Taylor (cq), center, works with two of her vet techs, Amanda Elliott, left and Martha Roberts, right, at the Fort Worth Low Cost Spay and Neuter Program's new facility in Fort Worth on Westport Parkway. Star-Telegram archives

Browser the library cat brought worldwide notoriety to White Settlement last month after the City Council evicted him from his six-year gig as resident rodent-control expert and furry friend of child readers.

The council cited health and safety concerns, but rumors also buzzed about petty City Hall politics. After news outlets from as far away as Britain, India and the United Arab Emirates covered the story and hundreds of White Settlement residents rebelled, the council decided to take another vote.

Are pets in public buildings or workplaces right or wrong?

Send no more than 150 words with your name, home address and telephone number to letters@star-telegram.com. Deadline is Wednesday.

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