An example showing that it is a crime to shoot your neighbor’s cat just because he is on your property

Aubert a cat killer

There is a large group of people in America who consistently and confidently proclaim with complete conviction and certainty that it is entirely within their rights and rock solid legal to shot a domestic cat (someone’s ‘property’) with bow and … please continue reading

Decimation of koala numbers is a lesson in human failure to protect Australia’s native species

We routinely hear from the authorities in Australia that feral cats are having a terrible impact upon Australia’s native species. I have consistently said that by far the biggest impact on Australia’s native species is the impact of human activity. … please continue reading

Huge Australian Maine Coon is probably world’s longest domestic cat

Huge Australian Maine Coon is probably world's longest domestic cat

Omar is an Australian Maine Coon cat and he is probably (to be confirmed) the longest domestic cat in the world at 47.24 inches at the date of his post. His weight at 31 pounds (14 kg) is also extremely … please continue reading

Respected Australian Scientist Admits the “Feral Cat Problem” is the Fault of Humans

Dr. Guy Ballard is a research officer and lecturer. He supervises PhD students. He got his doctorate at The School of Environmental and Rural Science (ERS) at the University of New England (AU), New South Wales, Australia. Okay, he is … please continue reading

The Reason Why Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) Is Better Than Killing Feral Cats

Killing feral cats in order to protect wildlife is a short term fix but in the long term there will be failure. Conversely, trap-neuter-release (TNR) is a long term solution which if carried out consistently and with commitment produces success. … please continue reading