An effort to reduce the number of stray cats in the southwest Missouri town of Buffalo has been resurrected wtih a $5,000 grant from a national organization. The program catches stay cats and neuters them, then returns the cats that are not adopted back into the wild. A spokesman for the Buffalo group says the program will cause the stray cat population to gradually die out. The no-kill program is considered the first in the state afor a rural community. A spokesman for the group says Buffalo has at least nine colonies of feral cats.