Legislation to prevent roaming and wildlife attacks by domestic cats
|Principal Petitioner||Katherine Davis, Ashgrove|
|Closing Date||Tue, 30 May 2017|
|No. of signatures||158 signatures (View signatures)|
Residents draw the attention of Council to the problem of wildlife injuries and deaths caused by unrestrained domestic pets, particularly cats, and also the soiling of private property by domestic cats that are allowed to roam.
Your petitioners therefore request that Brisbane City Council act to remove the grey area between its jurisdiction regarding domestic pets, particularly cats, and the State Government's legislation regarding protection of domestic and native fauna. The aim would be to ensure that both dog and cat owners are required to keep their animals within their own property while unaccompanied by humans. The purpose is to protect wildlife and other people, their animals and property.