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The University of Georgia and National Geographic has recently published the results of a study that attached cameras to household cats and watched their movements and behavior.
The results, presented in this hilariously scary webpage, show that 1 in 3 household cats regularly kill prey and that 49% of the kills are simply left to rot.
Check out the cartoon graphics - it will make you laugh and consider how YOUR cat could be impacting local bird populations.
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