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Your Cat And The Wildlife Struggling To Live Outdoors

There are many who firmly believe that keeping your cat inside is really better for everyone concerned, which includes you, your cat, and the wildlife struggling to live outdoors

Your Cat And The Wildlife Struggling To Live Outdoors

Chris Clarke in his article House Cats: Why I Don’t Let Mine Outside, published on http://www.kcet.org says just that

Outdoor Cat by Till Westermayer/Flickr/Creative Commons License

There was something wrong with the cactus wren on our back porch. It was missing its tail feathers, for one thing. Cactus wrens fly into and out of some tricky places, and seeing a wren that’s had a few feathers yanked out by some acacia thorn or cactus spine isn’t all that unusual. But this one seemed subdued. And there was something odd about the way it held its head. I opened the sliding glass door to the porch: the mixed flock of sparrows and finches that had gathered around the sunflower seeds I put out each morning erupted into flight, but the wren just sat there.

I walked out onto the porch. It roused itself, skittered a few feet away from me, settled back down. I sat down too, on our “porch couch.” If I’d been playing paramedic, I would have called the bird “shocky” — every minute or so it closed its eyes, seemed with withdraw into itself, and then it would seem to shake itself awake. It seemed hungry. During its waking moments it would peck vainly at a sunflower seed, fail to open its shell, and then fade again.

Read More: House Cats: Why I Don’t Let Mine Outside

While on the subject of Your Cat And The Wildlife Struggling To Live Outdoors please remember that an indoors domesticated feline pet should be able to go outdoors as long as it is safe for the cat and it poses no dangers to the wildlife that may be in your back yard. An outside cat house goes a long way in achieving this

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This post was written by admin on October 10, 2012

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