The authorities of New Zealand and Australia associate the extinction of rare species of birds with free-range domestic cats.
According to scientist Peter Marr, who heads the Smithsonian Center for Migratory Birds, more than 60 species of animals died as a result of hunting wild and domestic cats.
His theory does not have one hundred percent approval, and many disagree with his beliefs to stop breeding wild and domestic cats. The scientist himself does not consider himself an adversary of cats, but he is clearly sure that cats and cats should not walk around freely. He draws an analogy with dogs that you will never see alone on the streets in the cities of New Zealand and Australia.
According to the proposed initiative, all owners of cats must necessarily sterilize their pets, provide them with a microchip and register at the place of residence. And in the event of the death of the animal, a new one will be prohibited.
A similar event is being introduced as an experiment. If the outcome is positive, the same measures will be extended to other regions.