One lucky CP

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Subject: One lucky CP
From: "Mark Roberts" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 08:31:39 +1000
> preceding the survey. RESULTS: The owners of 36% of 644 cats had
> observed their cats with prey in the 12 month period preceding the
> survey. ...CONCLUSION: Although cats are only
> one factor involved in the reduction in the numbers and diversity of
> Australian wildlife, restriction of the outside activities of cats is
> likely to diminish predation, particularly in areas close to native
> vegetation.

CONCLUSION: like teenagers, the keepers of cats have no idea what they are
doing once they leave the house.

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