Feral cats pose threat to bird populations, wildlife rehabber says

02/21/2010 | Delaware County Daily Times (Primos, Pa.)

Because of their predatory behavior and growing population, feral cats threaten the breeding success and survival of birds, according to this letter to the editor. A trap-neuter-return program has been used as a way to control the stray cat population, but the method has not been proven especially effective, writes a New Jersey state apprentice wildlife rehabilitator, citing a statement from AVMA.

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