Cornell FAQ: Outdoor Cats And Their Effects On Birds

Is The Cornell Lab Of Ornithology Anti-Cat?

Not in the least!

Despite the free-spirited nature of our feline friends, there are several reasons to keep a cat indoors. It’s not only better for the birds we love, but it lets kitty live longer.

Cornell has fielded many questions and challenges about the bird-cat problem, and has produced a primer that addresses each question and challenge head-on.

If you still have a roaming tabby or know people that do, give this a read and tell us what you think after reading it.

As many bird lovers can attest, it’s possible to make even the most stubborn outdoor cat an indoor cat. The birds will thank you!

FAQ: Outdoor Cats and Their Effects on Birds

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