From Beyond Distribution
Territorial Rights: Worldwide excl Canada
CREDIT: Beyond Distribution
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Some 100 million cats, domestic and wild, roam the North American landscape, killing an estimated 1 billion birds a year – and forcing well-meaning humans to take sides in a bitterly polarized cat-bird war. Our refusal to let go of the notion cats are born to be wild is at the root of the cat overpopulation crisis. Millions of free-roaming hunting cats means millions more kittens. And a billion fewer birds.