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Stray and companion (pet) cats are common in New Zealand and present a substantial threat to both native and non-native wildlife, especially in areas close to stands of mature trees or native bush. To support a policy update, a literature review was commissioned by NZVA looking at the impact of stray, feral and companion cats on New Zealand's wildlife and local communities.
Petra Muellner co-authored the review and assisted the NZVA in the development of their policy update.
Epidemiology and veterinary public health