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Draft national targets for feral cat management: Towards the effective control of feral cats in Australia – targets with teeth

Authors: John CZ Woinarski, Keith Morris and Euan G Ritchie

Published in: Tracey J, Lane C, Fleming P, Dickman C, Quinn J, Buckmaster, T, McMahon S (ed) (2015) 2015 National Feral Cat Management Workshop Proceedings. 430 more words


More on Hampton

Hampton has been back now for 5 months.  His progress has been slow and steady.  He follows the typical pattern of working with feral cats in that he moves one step forward and two steps back!  760 more words


What is a feather? In most cases, it is a method of travel by millions of animals that are vital to our ecosystem as well as beauty. 744 more words

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South Orange Board of Health's Illogical Quest to Eliminate Community Cats

Earlier this summer, the South Orange Board of Health made their case for opposing TNR in the Village. During the presentation, the Board of Health harped on diseases that are virtually never transmitted from feral cats to people, such as toxoplasmosis, rabies, cat scratch fever and ringworm. 3,959 more words

Apparently my cat's been living a double life

We have a cat named Bari (pronounced Barry) which means ‘innocent.”  How we got him is a slightly complicated story.  We have a lot of strays in our neighborhood.  559 more words


Three Timid Boys

Most people think that feral cats are born fighters and regarded as being tough.  This may be true for some feral cats and also for feral cats that are not spayed or neutered.  420 more words

Feral Cat

Trap-Neuter-Return programs control feral cat population

Trap-Neuter-Return programs are the only humane and effective way to control the feral cat population. In light of the recent stupid actions of a “veterinarian” who shot a (supposed) feral cat with a bow and arrow – we look more closely at TNR programs, how they work, and why they are a real solution to controlling the population. 86 more words

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