Title Free-ranging Cats, Behavior, Ecology, Management
1118884019 / 9781118884010
Inventory number 979645
2014. 26cm. Pp.xix, 296. Photos, figures. Hardbound.
This landmark book provides the most comprehensive review yet published on the behaviour, ecology and management of free-ranging domestic cats, whether they be owned, stray, or feral. It reviews control methods and their progress, including viruses, and explains why feral and stray cats should be eradicated, not simply neutered and released, by describing their effects on prey populations.
Free-ranging Cats: Behavior, Ecology, Management is a surprise deviation in topic for the author who is a marine scientist and this simply underlines the great concern with which the wider community views the impact of feral and free-ranging cats on native wildlife around the world.
This book is a valuable reference for all practitioners.
9781118884010. Free-ranging Cats, Behavior, Ecology, Management