Cats love to hunt, and birds are among their favorite targets. But how can we ensure our feathered friends stay safe?
Millions of birds fall victim to cats each year. It's a pressing issue for bird conservation.
One simple solution? Keep your feline friend indoors. It's safer for them and the birds.
Indoor cats lead healthier, longer lives and pose no threat to birds.
Place feeders where cats can't easily ambush the birds.
Guard birdhouses and nesting sites to deter curious cats.
Shiny objects can deter birds from areas where cats might lurk.
While not foolproof, bells can warn birds of a cat's approach.
Special fencing can keep cats out of certain areas.
With patience, cats can be taught boundaries and to curb their hunting instincts.
Fixed cats are less likely to roam and hunt.
Cats and birds can coexist with our help and understanding.