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CATS, DOGS FRUSTRATE OUTDOORSMEN - OUTDOORS WITH DON COLUMN
Written by Don Mulligan   
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 4:54 PM


CENTRAL INDIANA - Domestic cats and dogs kill and maim more than a billion birds and mammals in the United States every year.

Despite several studies outlining the wanton destruction our pets inflict on indigenous species year-round, frustrated outdoorsmen, farmers, educators and environmentalists have few choices to remedy the problem legally.

A 1990 University of Wisconsin study revealed that a single free-ranging domestic cat could kill over 1,000 wild animals per year.  Nationwide, there are over 60 million rural cats.

Last Updated on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 5:16 PM