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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    People hate cats ??? No...!!! Who ?????

    LOL at this thread....bit derailed methinks.
    lol derailed threads are often the most entertaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by Striker View Post
    Neither are humans, but we've managed to f up this country (and most others) pretty well. Other animals moving in to a 'new' territory has been going on far longer than humans - I suppose they weren't part of the 'natural ecosystem' either, but by chance perhaps and time they became part of it. I expect the same will happen to cats, considering the amount of feral cats out in the bush and such. It'll likely end up being a balance of prey and predator, as it always has been.

    Either way the native animals around here seem to be pretty wise to cats since there's a fair few of them around, and the birds are definitely wise to it - smaller animals are anyone's guess but you'll never see a lorikeet eating off anything higher than a balcony.
    lol the birds are definately wise to cats lol

    I guess you reckon cane toads are a good thing for this country also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    lol the birds are definately wise to cats lol

    I guess you reckon cane toads are a good thing for this country also?
    Course not. We..uh..regularly 'clear' out the cane toads. If a cat becomes something else's prey, it doesn't poison it :P Cane toads just don't play fair. Good luck to whatever manages to catch a cat as dinner though - maybe a wedge tail or dingoes?

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    'fairview' - how is Maggie going keeping warm of a night time ?

    I buy those fleece blankets from the $2 shops - Riley loves them.

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