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Learn more about the impacts of feral cats and pet cats in Australia
This cat was caught on camera with native Lewin’s rails in its mouth on two separate occasions near Clump Lagoon on French Island National Park in Victoria. Video by the Feral Cat Free French Island Project.
Feral cats have been an environmental disaster for Australian wildlife. But just how bad has their impact been and what can be done to stop feral cats driving even more native animals into extinction?
There are more than 4.9 million pet cats in Australia? With this number growing in recent years, it is important to consider how we best keep pet cats, and our native species, healthy and safe.
There is also another important way you can help today
To protect nature, the Invasive Species Council relies on the generosity of people like you.
A donation from you will fund our work to prevent invasive species-led extinctions and destruction in Australia – the leading cause of animal extinctions.
As the only national group dedicated to protecting our environment from invasive species, your gift will make a difference.
Please make a tax-deductible donation now:
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