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Feral cats

Feral cats can have a significant detrimental affect on the native fauna in an area as they are carnivores who prey on small native animals and birds.  In many areas, native species are extinct or under threat because of the deprecations of cats.  There are estimated to be nearly 4 million feral cats in Australia.

Foxabbit can provide cat control services.

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Trapping - Cage traps are positioned on your property to catch any feral or wild cats present.  A Foxabbit representative will monitor the traps on a daily basis.  The typical trapping program is 14 days.  Any domestic or wild cats trapped are taken to a local pound. 

                                       

Definitions:

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Domestic cat - pet cat.  Lives in close association with people.

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Wild or stray cat - domestic cat now living in the wild.  People may provide food but there is no owner responsibility.

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Feral cat - born and bred in the wild.  They have no involvement with people.

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