If Australia is so famous for its unique and diverse wildlife, why do our kids have to go to the zoo to see a frog or a lizard?
Why do we allow lazy cat owners to put their cat out every night to slaughter anything that moves?
Why is it that if a dog bites a cat the dog is a beast, but if a cat rips a parrot to pieces the cat (poor thing) is only following its instincts?
Because cat lovers who disregard their personal responsibility to our environment are writing the rules.
Click on the News tab at the top of this page, and read about how a biased committee reviewed the Companion Animals Act in 2012, and came up with a way of increasing the cat
Then send an email to The NSW Minister For The Environment, The Hon Gabrielle Cecelia UPTON, MBA, BA, LLB MP, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or the Federal Minister For The Environment The Hon Greg Hunt at Greg.Hunt.MP@aph.gov.au and tell them that you support the initiative to cull feral cats, or that you agree cats should be
restricted to their owner's property, or otherwise be kept on a leash or in a cage. (You can do this after you add your name to the petition)
Want to borrow a cat trap? Click on the cat news tab and see how you can borrow a trap for free. Responsible cat owners are quite welcome to use this service. Several have borrowed traps to catch
nuisance or feral cats. These cats are taken to local veterinarians for identification where feral cats can be humanely euthanased.