Cat

With the cunning of a tiger and a distinctive green eyeshine that pierces the black of night, the feral cat is a predatory, carnivorous animal. Unlike the humble backyard moggy, it doesn’t rely on human contact.

Feral cats are pet cats that have gone wild. They are found all over Australia and are one of the most damaging feral animals in this country.

Even pet cats threaten our native wildlife!

AuthorEnvironmental Protection Agency/Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Year2005
PublisherEnvironmental Protection Agency/Queensland Parks a
NotesNotes
RegionQLD
Linkshttp://www.epa.qld.gov.au/nature_conservation/wildlife/threats_to_wildlife/invasive_plants_and_animals/cat/