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The Cat Protection Society often runs seminars on responsible cat care. Further information is available on the Cat Protection Society website.
Council conducts cat-trapping in bushland areas where there is evidence that native wildlife is being threatened by cats. It is important that cats are identifiable, through microchipping, so that if they are trapped they can be returned to their owners.
As many native animals feed from dusk until dawn, it is at this time that they are most vulnerable to attacks from roaming cats. To prevent these attacks, all residents are asked to make arrangements to confine their cats inside at night and fit an effective bell onto their cat's collars.
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