Wong savages mongrel carbon planters
Nestlé and Coca-Cola launched their biggest crackdown in decades on feral mongrels in Australia after they became victims of a devastating pest invasion, The Courier-Mail has reported.
The Mongrel Killer — also called the feral mongrel — is responsible for more than 40 per cent of the feral cats’ numbers in Australia, with three million of them roaming free across an area that stretches from Sydney to Perth.
The report claims the company’s decision to kill a third of the feral cats in a series of culls over the past eight years has devastated their lives, with around 200 being left paralysed in severe pain due to the disease.
Now it has emerged that the company’s culls have also killed off two additional mongrels, one which was being fed by the same rat as the other two.
Feral cats can cause acute respiratory distress, but are also attracted to the scent of humans, and have a similar disease, known 바카라as the “scented mongrel syndrome”.
The paper said that the feral mongrel — which the government called “the worst” nuisance of the year — was found at a farm in southern Western Australia and was euthanased and removed by the government.
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