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‘No more ‘roaming cats’: leash and harness are mandatory: Australia’s new law

a Fremantle, a coastal city located near Perth, in a Australia, there is “big news”. or at least, A whole new law The council voted on it: “Cats will not be able to roam freely but on their own leash“. Advisor Eden Lang | Talk about “roaming cats” and wishing you wouldn’t see them hanging out anymore. The motive that prompted the Council to pass the law was that Little kittens become predators: “Our law has two goals, the goal of protecting our wild animals and also protecting the breeds themselves from the risk of being victims of road accidents,” Lang Al puts it Western Australia today. In short, cats should wear leash and harness. Not only that, but they will also have to stay away from areas where they can attack native animals.

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