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CAT

( Felis catus )

Why Do Cats Become Pests?

1. Breeding fast

2. His body is dirty and smelly

3. Dirt everywhere

4. The stench is distinctive and unpleasant

5. Wandering around in restaurants, hospitals, markets, and places

other general.

6. The claws are destructive

7. Frequent fights and noisier (the breeding season)

8. The population of feral cats is already high

9. Serve as a vector/carrier of several diseases à

Toxoplasma, Leptospira, Scabies, fleas, rabies, etc.

10. Contrary to regulations (specific to industry)

1. Tidy up the arrangement of goods and provide distance between

stuff with walls

2. Reduce open doors

3. Reduce open trash cans

4. Always maintain sanitation both in the area inside and outside

buildings, especially in the canteen area

5. Give directions to employees not to give

feed on cats

6. Arrest

Direct arrest

 

Catching is done directly using a net

Indirect arrests

Set traps in areas where cats rest most frequently.

Post arrest

- The cat is put in a sack and dumped in the area

certain

- Discharge distance of at least 15-20 KM from the location

- The cat dump should have 3 basic aspects

live cat (market, TPS, etc.)

Method of Control

Basic Aspects of a Cat's Life

- Food sources

- Environment

- Water sources

Types of Cats in General

- Long-haired (Persian)

- Medium haired cats (Birman, Turkish, Balinese, Javanese, Tyffani

- Short-haired cats (Siamese, Abyssinian)

- Genetic mutation (Sphynx)

- Crossbreed cats (Savannah, Bengal, Chausie)

 

'Adult cats can live for 15-20 years'.

Cat Breeding

  • Cats are ready to mate

- Male, 6-8 months

- Females, 5-12 months

 

Reproductive cycle every 5-6 months

Fact: The ancient Egyptians used cats in rat control

Types of Cats

Cats can also be said to be pests that can interfere with your place of business

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