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Have you seen a Feral Cat on Bruny Island?


 
Record sightings of feral cats
 
Bruny Island is a biodiversity hotspot. Feral cats cause enormous problems across the Island and threaten our native species such as the Eastern Quoll, Short-tailed Shearwater and Little Penguin. They can also spread diseases that affect livestock and farm productivity - such as Toxoplasmosis and Sarcosporidiosis
 
You can help - If you see a feral cat on Bruny Island, please report your sighting on the FeralCatScan Map. The information you enter can help plan for future feral cat management across the Island.


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For assistance, contact usAlternatively, contact Kingborough Council.


 

  Peter West from FeralScan is here to help.

Contact Kingborough Council

For cat related enquiries or to report a stray/feral cat
Phone 03 6211 8200
 

Contact NRM South

For enquiries about the Bruny Island cat management project (2020-23)
Phone 0447 266 527
 

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Contact the FeralCatScan coordinator

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Raising awareness about the impacts of feral cats, improving management outcomes and protecting our native wildlife and agricultural industry.
 
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