Wisconsin USA has proposed a new Bill, from which we can view feral cats as an unprotected species and can be shot by hunters with a small game license.
The new bill experienced much controversy since it has been proposed, especially the proposition that feral cats kill between 47 – 139 million song birds, game birds and small mammals in the USA.
How to calculate such an accurate number seems to be a closely guarded secret, and no one wants to say it out.
Each year humans kill more of these species than cats, and it seems that shooting feral cats will have no impacts to the birds’ population which has seemingly escaped the attention of proposing the bill.
As a result the amount of domestic cats has been mistakenly shot, but no one pays attention to is. As more and more animal species gradually become extinct, we humans should make measures to prevent the situation from going worse rather than contributing to its development.