Spatial behavior of domestic cats and the effects of outdoor access restrictions and interventions to reduce predation of wildlife

Martina Cecchetti, Sarah L. Crowley, Jared Wilson‐Aggarwal, Luca Nelli, Robbie A. McDonald
2021 Conservation Science and Practice  
Domestic cats (Felis catus) that roam outdoors have increased exposure to hazards to their health and welfare. Outdoor cats can themselves present a hazard to biodiversity conservation and wild animal welfare. Approaches to reducing predation of wildlife by cats might also bring benefits to cats by reducing their roaming and associated risks. We investigated ranging behaviors of domestic
doi:10.1111/csp2.597 fatcat:p23ycl2l6jhxxp5qskvzosrerm