ANAHEIM, CA — Long after Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto wave goodbye to the park''s last guests, hundreds of dedicated workers emerge from the darkness to ensure the Disneyland Resort is cleaned, maintained and in prime operating condition for the following day, according to the Los Angeles Times.
To assist in their rodent removal efforts, Disneyland Resort officials decided to cease evicting the estimated 200 feral cats that roam the 85-acre park and instead decided to spay or neuter them and allow their rodent-repelling presence, the story noted.
Though it is unknown how much money is spent each year on cleaning and maintaining the Disneyland Resort, one can imagine the thousands of gallons of paint, landscaping materials, cleaning chemicals and hourly wages for workers add up quickly, the story added.
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