Review and synthesis of the global literature on domestic cat impacts on wildlife

Scott Loss, Scott Loss, Brooke Boughton, Samantha Cady, David Londe, Caleb McKinney, Tim O'Connell, Georgia Riggs & Ellen Robertson
A vast global literature documents that free-roaming domestic cats (Felis catus) have substantial negative effects on wildlife, including through predation, fear, disease, and competition-related impacts that have contributed to numerous wildlife extinctions and population declines worldwide. However, no study has synthesized this literature on cat impacts on wildlife to evaluate its overarching biases and major gaps. To direct future research and conservation related to cat impacts on wildlife, we conducted a global literature review that...
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