To: birding-aus <>
Subject: KittyCam
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2012 21:05:41 +1000
Article about just how many animals and birds are killed by domestic cats. It's 
been proven, using cameras attached to cats:
Video from 'KittyCam' showing same: 

'Of the 60 cats wearing the cameras, 30% captured and killed prey with an 
average of one kill for every 17 hours spent outside, or 2.1 kills per week. 
The study also showed that cats bring home less than one quarter of their 
kills, so owners aren't fully aware of just what kind of slaughter is going on 
in their own yards. It takes a little bit of high tech spy gear to reveal how 
murderous our fluffly little bags of purr really are.' 


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