Feral Cat Colony Recommendations Report
Feral cats, according to a peer reviewed article published by the University of Nebraska at Lincoln , cost US taxpayers $17 Million dollars annually when considering how much bird watchers, hunters and others spend on their hobbies.
The report cites the bad science behind many popular neuter and release programs across the country today. The killing of cats is recommended as the best way to protect our nation’s native wild animals and birds. Cat lover’s and critics claim wild cats help control rodent populations, and say habitat destruction, herbicides and other issues are a bigger threat to birds yet, hard science proves otherwise.
Read the Feral Cat Colony Recommendations Report and Decide Yourself
Feral cats are a threat to native fauna and public health. An integrated pest management (IPM) approach will help control feral cat populations.
Read A Recent Article From The Associated Press
One official from the American Bird Conservancy calls the report “a must read” for communities with a feral cat problem.