Study: Housecats Kill Billions Of Animals A Year

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Study: Housecats Kill Billions Of Animals A Year

According to a new study, the nation’s population of domestic housecats and feral strays kills an estimated 2.4 billion birds and 12.3 billion mammals each year, far more than scientists previously believed. What do you think?

  • “Yes, but they are also so schmoogums.”

    Kelly Anderson
    Vineyard Laborer
  • “Just out of curiosity, how many cans of tuna does one of these little slaughterers require to knock off, say, a business partner?”

    Mike Eddo
    Film Studio Owner
  • “Who would have thought cats could be such assholes?”

    Horace Prince
    Belt Grinder
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