To: Peter Shute <>, "" <>, "" <>
Subject: KittyCam
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 07:59:39 +1000
Thinking about this further, the paragraph Debbie quoted says "... 30% captured 
and killed prey ...", which doesn't actually say that the other 70% didn't try. 
Just being stalked would be enough to make life difficult for most wildlife, 
and might make breeeding impossible in some situations. So I'm not convinced 

Peter Shute

>-----Original Message-----
>This is interesting: "The technology reavealed that not every outdoor
>cat feels the call to hunt. A minority of the cats studied went after
>I would have thought that a minority wouldn't hunt, if any, but
>apparently not.
>Peter Shute

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