Did you know?Feral cats can produce up to three litters a year, averaging four kittens per litter and reproduce all their adult live.
PEST CONTROLFeral cats live, hunt and reproduce in the wild. They can take down prey matching their own body size and kill by biting the throat or base of the skull.
Feral cats live in a diverse range of habitats and are true carnivores, meaning they survive solely on the nutrients found in animal flesh.
In Australia they mainly eat small native and exotic mammals — rabbits being a major target when available — but also birds, lizards and insects.
Feral cats have been implicated in extinctions of Australian native animals and can pose a serious health risk to humans, livestock and native animals as carriers of diseases such as toxoplasmosis and sarcosporidiosis.
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