Protecting wildlife starts at home

Cats have played a leading role in most of Australia’s 34 mammal extinctions since 1788 and are a big reason populations of at least 123 other threatened native species are dropping. But pet cats are wreaking havoc too. Read more in this article from The Conversation:

Authors: Jaana Dielenberg, University of Queensland, Brett Murphy, Charles Darwin University, Chris Dickman, University of Sydney, John Woinarski, Charles Darwin University, Leigh-Ann Woolley, Charles Darwin University, Mike Calver, Murdoch University and Sarah Legge, Australian National University