Why New Zealand’s village wants to ban cats

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Pet cats are being planned in New Zealand’s southern coastal villages and its goal is to protect ancient wildlife there.
Under the measures taken by the Southland Environmental Institution, owners of these cats will have to register with the officials after the culprits of Omnai in New Zealand region finish their sexual capacity and put them in silent chip.
People who have pets will not be allowed to get more pets.
It seems very extremist, but people should also consider some other things. These calls are responsible for billions of birds and mammals every year, and some people believe that it is our fault.
Dr. Peter Mara of the Smithsonian Journalist Bird Center wrote several articles and books.
He said that it is not against cats or cats.
Speaking to the BBC, he said ‘Cat is an amazing pet. They are fabulous, but they should not be allowed to roam out. And this is the clear solution
‘We never let dogs do so and now it’s time to treat dogs like cats.’
Authorities say in Omayoi, these officials are saying because in many cameras many cats have been seen attacking birds, insects and animals.
Ali Maeed director of bio-security operation explained that ‘your cat can live its natural life just as they are living but you can not bring a new cat after its death.’
The notice will be issued to those who do not follow the ban, after which authorities themselves will remove these animals from there. But this will be done as the last solution.
John Collin, head of the Land Care Charitable Trust in Omaha, supported this ban, saying it is for the protection of high natural treasures.
Talking to the Otto Daily Times, he said, ‘We do not hate cats but we want our environment to be full of wildlife.’
How big is the problem?
It is not new to affect the pollution and ecosystem due to cats in Omayoy.
Environment-related scientists had warned earlier that wild and eccentric groups are affecting the natural ecosystem. He has been involved in 100 worst non-local invading creatures in the world.
According to Dr. Mara, 63 types of creatures have disappeared in the world, their cats are considered to be an increasing population. And this problem has intensified in New Zealand’s sensitive natural environments.
It is probably an extremist to do this, but the situation has gone out of control. ‘
They believe that the world of cats in the world will have to change their own thinking of animals.
His insistence was that ‘it is not a mistake of cats but of human beings’.
Due to their increasing popularity on social media and memorandum, there is no scarcity in getting bangles.
‘These are cute, everything looks good and that makes it difficult for things to do.’
It is a bit difficult to tell the actual number, but in the United States there are approximately eight hundred six million petals – one of the three households have a cat.
Apart from this, the number of wild bats whose presence means mass destruction in the environment.
An estimated four billion birds and 22 billion American animals are killed by cats in the United States.
Even in the United Kingdom, the wildlife population is declining, and the experts blame the cats. According to the Memorial Society, 55 lakh birds are falling every year.
‘Birth killer’
It is not the first time the cat has been declared as a threat in New Zealand.
It is also a discussion in Australia where wild and oven cats are attributed to the deaths of millions of local animals per night.
There has been funding funding from the country in the country since 2015 and there is also a possibility of imposing cafes across the country, exiting for domestic cats.
Councils and State Governments are taking cats in their hands. The cats are emphasized to keep them in the house at night, and it is also necessary to set the cottage of cats and cats as well as their identification capabilities.
However, measures against cats are controversial. Last year, animal rights organizations condemned it, especially a council of Queensland, which set $ 10 per capita head.
Local residents of Omai told the local media that they are surprised and resisted by the ban.
“It’s not talking about bringing people’s breeding capabilities to rules, but they are saying that you can not keep the cat,” said a woman Niko Jarus.
Local people have to register their cats by the end of October.


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