Bad Kitty: German town grounds cats to save rare birds
BERLIN (ABC NEWS) — What a cat-astrophe!
Authorities in Walldorf wrote that “among other things the survival of the species depends on every single chick.”
The decree, which applies to all cats in the southern part of the town and will be repeated for the coming three years, has reportedly prompted meows of anguish from pet owners.
Regional daily Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung reported Wednesday that the head of the local animal protection association plans to take legal steps to challenge the decree.
“Please remain calm,” it quoted him as saying. “I can assure you we’ll do our best to stop this disproportionate measure.”