To Fax a Cat

Subject: To Fax a Cat
From: (Syd Curtis)
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 14:03:22 +1000
If you reckon birding-aus should be entirely serious, delete this message

Recent discussion concerning bells and other devices to be attached to cats
to warn native wildlife extended to suggestions involving rather heavy
bells and swimming-pools.  At the time, I remembered, but could not find, a
cartoon relevant to the subject.  I now have it before me.  It purports to
be instructions on "How to fax a cat".  Alas, I lack the ability to post
the cartoon to birding-aus, and therefore will simply describe it:

Step 1: "Get the cat" (cartoon depicts cat on sheet of paper)

Step 2: "Change cat to readable format"  (16 ton flat-bottomed weight on cat)

Step 3" "Fax the cat"  (paper and cat now feed through the fax machine)

Any moggie given to interfering with native wildlife (is there any other
sort?) could be faxed to your State fauna authority and the problem would
be solved.

Syd Curtis at Hawthorne

H Syd Curtis

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