Research, along with personal experience, has shown that free-ranging cats and feral cats pose a significant environmental threat to our native bird, amphibian, and reptilian species. House cats are implicated in significant reductions of song birds in North America and elsewhere. In addition, cats present a disease threat. They are frequently involved in rabies (link brings you to the Centers for Disease Control) exposures and are a key source of the parasitic infection, Toxoplasmosis.
Solution to the Cat Problem?
Having trouble with feral cats? Written with a no-nonsense approach, readers will understand how to use traps, and exclusion to remove free-range cats from the landscape. In short, you will have the knowledge to get the job done right the first time. Stop believing the persistent propaganda by the trap-neuter-and release (TNR) crowd. The evidence that TNR actually works in the real world is thin at best. In the mean time, cats are still killing our native species and posing as a potential disease threats.
What about Trap Wise Cats?
Have your previous trapping methods or attempts at removal failed? If you are dealing with “educated” cats, this this book will help you efficiently resolve this pest problem, even with “educated” feral cats. As the book explains tips and tricks to help overcome the shyness inherent in cats that have been educated by past trapping attempts.
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To learn more about the book, visit Feral Cat BookStephen M. Vantassel, CWCP, ACE, is the owner of Wildlife Control Consultant, LLC. He helps people restore their balance with nature through publishing, training, consulting, and the internet. He has published numerous articles in trade and academic publications (http://kingsdivinity.academia.edu/StephenMVantassel) along with several books (https://wildlifecontrolconsultant.com/store-2/). Listen to his podcast at PestGeek Podcast (https://pestgeekpodcast.com/). He is a sought after speaker and trainer. If you would like to have Stephen speak at your event or use his consultation services, send an e-mail to email@example.com. Copyright All postings are the property of Stephen M. Vantassel and Wildlife Control Consultant, LLC. Text (not images) may be reprinted in non-profit publications provided that the author and website URL is included. If images wish to be used, explicit and written permission must be obtained from Wildlife Control Consultant, LLC.