Controlling Cats

To: "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Controlling Cats
From: "kfp" <>
Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2006 20:03:32 +1000 (AUS Eastern Standard Time 2006)
 Good Evening all
As a bird and cat person, here is my two cents worth. Our cats are house
cats, they have access to outside via a cat flap ( from my study) to a
series of runs ( Catnip and Catmax) The only other time they are allowed out
is if we are with them and they are not allowed to go over any fences or
they are in trouble, big time. A book that maybe of assistance is by Robin
Stewart - "EnviroCat". Published by Hyland House. The other thing to try and
get the neighbours, who have cats, to do, is the desexing  of them. This of
course is an Education process. AN entire cat has a bigger home range than a
neutered cat. 
I hope this helps

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