PUSSY PLAGUE

Who would’ve thought increased atmospheric CO2 would lead to a cat population explosion?

When Kristina Vesk started working at the Cat Protection Society of NSW in 2006, she rarely saw kittens in winter. Now warmer weather means cats are breeding all year round, increasing the numbers of unwanted kittens and the threat to native wildlife from strays and feral cats.

Ms Vesk, the society’s chief executive, said there used to be weeks from June to September when the shelter saw very few, if any, kittens. But with the climate changing and temperatures rising, it seems cats are increasingly on heat.

It’s good news for dingoes. And wouldn’t a few viral videos of dingoes chomping cute little kitties be fun?

5 thoughts on “PUSSY PLAGUE

    1. I’d like to see some peer reviewed data on what she ‘thinks’ is happening. The fact is, the cats cause more CO2. The science is settled. Save the planet and get rid of all cats. No exceptions.

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