Why the Washington DC cat count is money well spent
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Feral cat wants to be looked after

You have probably heard about the $1.5 million Washington DC project to count all the cats, namely domestic, feral and strays and those in shelters. On this scale, it’ll be the first of its kind. It’s important because to the … please continue reading

Increased Female Cat Spaying is the Principal Answer to Cat Population Control
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An RSPCA report states that in order for the domestic cat population to be stable (i.e. neither increasing or decreasing) the domestic cat neutering rate needs to be 92%. This means that 92% of domestic cats need to be neutered … please continue reading

Is the Domestic Cat Becoming Less Popular in Australia and the UK?
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I recently wrote a short article about a survey which concluded that the domestic cat population in Australia was declining except in Tasmania. Not soon after I read that article I bumped into another article written by the science correspondent … please continue reading