Cat’s cradle

Zoologists, vets see direct connection between street cat proliferation and diminishment of Israeli wildlife; rights activists argue that such accusations are nothing less than a ‘21st-century witch-hunt.

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November 28, 2013 10:26
Cats.

Cats [illustrative].. (photo credit: Sharon Udasin)

 
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When Dr. Ido Kan saw a goldfinch fly by on a walk with his daughter through Rehovot last year, he was amazed to point out to her a bird that he’d thought had all but disappeared from the city since his own childhood.

“I never thought about the cat as a reason,” he says. “I always thought it was the rise in urbanization.”

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