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Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer

 Ai Aiは窓の外に鳩を見つけると性格が一転するから、猫は本来、ハンターなのだと思う。でも、だからといって猫だけが自然環境を破壊している訳ではないし、と無視。


What have cats ever done for us?

The bird experts and authors of the book Cat Wars recently called for all free-roaming cats to be euthanised or kept on a lead. They argue that cats’ tendency to kill birds and small mammals has lead to a catastrophic decline in the numbers of these creatures. As humans’ most popular pet, it’s inevitable that cats would have some effect on the environment, but when it comes to cats we have lots to be thankful for.

For example, The Cats Protection charity summarises the wealth of scientific findings highlighting the benefit of cats, including reducing childhood allergies and school absenteeism in children, improving mental health, especially in those with depression or post-traumatic stress, aiding diabetes control, and cutting down hospital stays. Caring for pets can promote independent living among the elderly, and help rehabilitate offenders.


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