In Australia, outdoor cats/ feral cats take a wide variety of native species of mammals, birds and reptiles causing a significant impact on native populations. Locally the potential management of this threat is being investigated by the Albany and Surrounds Feral Cat Working Group with representative from local catchment groups, government, vets, community members etc. and they recommend the following literature to answer your particular cat questions. To contact our Oyster Harbour Catchment Group Rep. please email Jenni email@example.com
Journal Article: Legge Sarah, Woinarski John C. Z., Dickman Chris R., Murphy Brett P., Woolley Leigh-Ann, Calver Mike C. (2020) We need to worry about Bella and Charlie: the impacts of pet cats on Australian wildlife. Wildlife Research,
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