Cat Containment Push in Canberra

Cat Containment – a Political Correctness a Step Too Far!
Ask any experienced pest controller and you will find that nearly every home in older suburbs have some rats in their ceiling or underfloor spaces. Cats keep their numbers down (but rarely out) without the use of cancer causing poisons and the collateral deaths of many benign species. I would wager too that cat and dog owners have less anxiety, loneliness and depression – major cost drivers for our medical services. Not everyone can afford to mount rotating sets of rollers on their perimeter fences – especially the elderly and those trying to support a family on a modest wage. Those seeking to introduce and support this draconian imitative may well find the political and social backlash surprising in its intensity…

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About adelaidepete

Now live in Adelaide South Australia and have always worked in Systems & Software Engineering. I am enjoying commenting on, suggesting and discussing innovative solutions to problems and useful risk mitigation strategies and recently interested in the realm of public policy re urban planning & disasters - the focus of this blog. I am interested in technology, gadgetry, enhancing productivity & functionality, urban planning, military thinking and public policy. I enjoyed periods I spent in USA (Reston, Virginia Beach & Dallas) & Europe (Germany, Spain, Italy & Greece) but genuinely love Australia, most people, animals, singing, dancing & life.
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