FW: FW: Cats

To: Shirley Cook <>, Peter Shute <>, "" <>
Subject: FW: FW: Cats
From: martin cachard <>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2014 07:45:33 +1030
very nicely put Shirley - I absolutely agree & I believe this is the ONLY angle 
from which to attack this issue!!
martin cachard

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> Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2014 11:13:40 +1000
> Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] FW:  FW:  Cats
> I am glad that Charles has make the point about dogs being banned from
> roaming outside their owner's premises.  I am required by law to register,
> have her microchipped or wear a name tag and contact telephone niumber, and
> control my pet dog.
> I am able to report stray dogs to Council, and the Council will capture the
> dog and the owner will pay a fine to retrieve it.  If I capture a cat and
> take it to Council, I am required to "prove" that it does not belong to a
> neighbour.  The cat owner is not required by law to identify or control the
> animal.
> Believe me, I am also a total animal lover and happily cuddle my
> granddaughter's cat, a lovely old soft purry animal, but the total
> unfairness of it all angers me.
> Shirley Cook

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