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CAT CURFEW IN MELTON SHIRE

145 Signatures Goal: 250

To: Mayor Shire Of Melton 232 High Street, Melton 9747 7200 9743 9970 (fax) We the undersigned request That a PERMANENT NIGHT CAT CURFEW be implemented within the Melton Shire Council Region immediatly. For the following reasons The Shire is the key home to many native species of wildlife including a number of species of native frogs, lizards, snakes, birds, and mammals and 1 known species of turtle. It is also home to the federally protected and endangered Growling Grass Frog and Striped Legless Lizard. A cat curfew would greatly assist in the conservation of our native wildlife and greatly reduce the number of native wildlife killed or permanently injured each year as the result of domestic cats.

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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Mar 31, 2014
    Mar 31, 2014
    I have many cats in my street constantly fighting, killing wildlife and mating all this occurs at night people need to take responsibility for their cats and bring them indoors at night. The only way to enforce this is to have the council support and educate people.
    Regards,
    Kate Handley
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