WILLIAM O. MILLER, ATLANTA
Proposed launch site needs a special program to protect felines
I was intrigued by (“Proposed launch site clears a hurdle,” Business, May 30). Wildlife officials are concerned about the effects of rocket launches on two native cats living in the area, despite efforts to avoid that by posting warning signs along the road leading to the launch site. Recent studies have shown that far too many felines are still illiterate in spite of efforts to bring their reading up to grade-level. Perhaps Texas should consider a program like No Felines Left Behind to correct this situation.
HARRY FINDLEY, ATLANTA