The proposed ordinance against feeding wild and feral animals in Medina was tabled by Medina City Council this week. A couple of council people wanted the ordinance reworked to exclude feeding cats and dogs. Another issue with the ordinance was that it wouldn’t solve the problem of a larger deer population, with residents asking for the deer herd to be culled, a request which was denied by council. The ordinance will be read again and likely voted on during Medina City Councils next meeting on April 26th.