The New South Wales farmers have shunned the idea of using feral, semi-feral, stray all barn cats to help subdue what is described as an out-of-control mouse plague in Australia. They want to chuck poison everywhere such as anticoagulants which jeopardises the health and welfare of our animals. They want freebies from the federal government to do this. But it seems to me that nobody has put forward the possibility of using cats to kill mice. They will at least deter them and feral cats are excellent mouse hunters and killers. It would be an eco-friendly solution. Why doesn’t the federal government and state governments consider this? While they’re at it, it might be wise to reconsider their inhumane and obsessive desire to kill all feral cats on the continent. The plague may be linked to feral cat extermination.
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