Feral Cats

Pest Control Services for Feral Cats in Australia

M&P Vertebrate Pest Control provides monitoring and controlled methods of removing Feral Cats.

Cats have been in Australia at least since European settlement, and by the 1850s, feral cat colonies had become established in the wild. Intentional releases were made in the late 1800s in the hope that cats would control rabbits, rats and mice.

What Are Feral Cats?

Feral cats are domestic cats living in a wild state. Although the domestic cat has a long history of associating with humans, it retains a strong hunting instinct and can easily revert to wild behaviours.

Feral cats are often more muscular than house cats and are opportunistic predators that have a major impact on native species. They are found throughout Australia.

Feral Cats are known to eat small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects even fish. They are also known to threaten small populations of critically endangered species such as bilbies and nail tail wallabies. Apart from the environmental concerns, M&P Pest Control can assist with the correct removal of Feral Cats to help prevent Feral Cats from transmitting parasites and diseases to humans and domestic animals.

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Experienced Team of Vertebrate Pest Control Specialists

Looking to get rid of Feral Cats from your property? Speak with our pest control experts about on-site surveillance, Feral Cat traps, eradication program and relocation services. Our experienced team can help with the removal of Feral Cats nationwide and service both rural and suburban areas across Australia. Request a free quote online today and our team will be in contact with you as soon as possible to discuss a solution.