Pursuing the Great Outdoors

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Subject: Pursuing the Great Outdoors
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2010 17:48:16 +1100
No, but I would have thought one might if one went to that much trouble. It 
doesn't sound like a random or opportunistic act.

Motivations I can think of include dumping, and restoring what they previously 
considered a desirable situation. You'd think think he'd drop off a pair if he 
wanted the latter.

Peter Shute

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From: Michael Tarburton
To: Peter Shute
Sent: Fri Nov 12 17:40:23 2010
Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] Pursuing the Great Outdoors

Do all cat lovers need reasons?

Michael Tarburton

On 12/11/2010, at 5:28 PM, Peter Shute wrote:

"BUT within a few months if
my memory is correct they caught a bloke rowing out to the island
with a cat on board that he planned to release on Little Barrier Island."

I can understand the motivation for releasing pigs, etc, so you have something 
to shoot, but why on earth would someone bother doing that?

Peter Shute

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