>*crash* *bang* *ding* *screech* *explosion*
>MMMMMMMOEAAOORORWWWW. >RRMMUUUUUUUOOOOOOAWR. >*crash* *bang* *ding* *screech* *explosion*
>tfw you were permabanned (kek, good luck) for exactly the same post but about barking buttsniffing basedjacks
Remind me once again, why Wauf janitor is anything but a hypocritical butsniffing gay?
BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK
>BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK
BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK BARK
My cat sleeps curled up with me through the night. He will not get up until I do. He yells at me when it's bed time because he looks forward to it. It's absolutely his favorite thing.
>you're listening to
>gunshot, car alarm, sounds of an iceberg cracking recorded underwater
>94.7. All the greatest 80s hits, all the time
>Sunglasses at Night starts playing
it really do be like dat tho
how to effectively fend off noisy animals from my lawn/garden without killing them? I'm tired of waking up at 5 am because crickets and kiskadees are having a noise orgy in my garden
do those cut out bird shapes work?
You could try having actual birds, set up a couple of feeders and they'll probably also help out with your bug problem. I don't know what this has to do with cats, but don't get an outdoor cat for the problem.
Did they actually execute the entire plan within a few months?
Fun fact: the cat cull was extremely unsuccessful, as australia's feral cats are both prolific breeders and continually stocked by irresponsible owners, and the mouse population explosion was due to an unseasonable wet season. Cats aren't a magic bullet for mice and take a long time to slightly reduce their numbers. The canadians already did a study on this. It took the addition of 1472 cats to reduce the mouse population by 2803 *after five years of study* and cat population growth as well as mouse population shrinkage were decelerating the whole time. In a land where the cats had almost nothing to eat but mice. Under normal conditions their diet is less than 30% mice.
Australia only managed to kill 211,560 cats a year starting from 2019. If these cats ate nothing but mice, they would have only prevented the existence of under a million, but due to their more varied diet it was probably more like 300k mice spared (in terms of a population level adjustment)
Due to the lack of success australia had with culling cats, because this cat cull occurred away from towns and farms, and because the mouse plague originated with breeding colonies close to human settlements where cats were untouched, it is unlikely that the two invasive species were thrown significantly out of balance by australia's failed cat cull.
The mouse plague actually directly followed something far more telling - multiple milestones in LGBT rights were achieved in 2020, and the last "gay panic defense" law for assault was overturned, symbolizing a point where australia was entirely on the homo bandwagon and was never going back. Given that the mouse plague was caused directly by changes in the weather - an act of god - it is actually proof that the big G still gives a shit and strongly dislikes gayry, and australia.
he's a forgiving god, but still a god
>they're killing cats but accomplishing nothing in the process
>they introduced foxes just to kill them
>they've destroyed over 50% of their land for sheep farming
>most of their unique birds are going extinct
>they exterminated the native hominids
>they're polluting the genomes of and then exterminating the naturalized dogs
>they drink wine from bags
>and god has had enough
marsupials and native birds and reptiles are tastier and easier to catch. 300k mice is an overestimate.
Based cats. God is a catfag
God's least favorite species is humans and he seems to like the rest equally
>changes in the weather - an act of god
Ameritard hands have typed this
Yeah you're probably right, realistically. I still don't understand how we haven't done something about cat ownership in the first place, there needs to be some kind of restriction in place. I love cats, but we can't have retards owning them without spaying/neutering them
Australia absolutely sucks at waging war against animals. They lost both Emu wars
>cats killed all the native predators of mice
>take out cats
>lots of mice
>this means we shouldn't have culled an invasive species
the (more effective) fox culls probably boosted the mouse population a lot more tbh. foxes are prolific mammal killers, and more prolific wildlife killers than cats, because they over-kill furiously while cats conserve energy, and dig out nests and burrows while cats will pick out a juvenile nearby and then leave.
and now they need both of them
foxes being more essential, because cats will not prey on adult rats, or infants in their nests - only juveniles that have left the nest. foxes will kill rats at all life stages whether or not they are hungry.
basically australia is destroyed and is about to become a spec evo project
good luck controlling the ownership of literal vermin. cats are very much like the rats they hunt. small, timid, and fast breeding.
Canid bros, we fucking WON
cats aren't going anywhere in Australia. Some people just need to get over something that will be impossible to control. Cats here to say
This has fuck all to do with cats being culled you retard. Mouse plagues happen regardless of predators after periods of high rainfall and abundant resources, this was no exception just like every previous mouse plague that didn’t follow a cat cull
he's a schizo
Yeah, they're obviously caused by sins against god. Killing cats without having livestock defense or public safety as an excuse might count there, of course.
>do those cut out bird shapes work?
Not even a little bit.
>You could try having actual birds,
Part of his problem is bird noise though so... probably not a great solution.
bro is cute
Fuck I must be retarded, it took me so long (1 minute 30 seconds) to realize what perspective the photographer was taking the image from. I initially thought the stairs were going down but then the smoke alarm threw me off, and the hand rail just made me more confused until I realized that the image shows the back of the stairs.
If there weren't any seams on the carpeting I would've assumed it was some Stable Diffusion AI bullshit.
Escher called, he wants his staircase back.
>why is this crepuscular animal so active during the night
>don't like something? heh, sounds like you don't understand why it happens
>me when the cats sleep outside with the other animals just like God intended
city slickers seriously let animals sleep with them and you call us dirty?
>me when the lion sleeps in the jungle tonight
cats go outside, to sleep in other peoples houses
dogs go outside, not to sleep, but to bark all night
huskies can stay inside
the demiurge's plans should be foiled at every opportunity (just don't loik em)
What if you sleep outside and cat sleeps in
what if outside inside and the cat sleeps you
What if we inside in the outside and the cat
What if we in we when if we what and what we the when
Sounds like youre living suburban shit holer life
There are no cats in true rural paradise
>There are no cats in true rural paradise
Spoken like a true urbanite that never left the metropolitan area
>There are no cats in true rural paradise
There absolutely are
>*boing* *cuckoo* *ahooga*
>*record scratch* *elephant noise* *police sirens*
What can an elephant actually do though? If you hug its hind legs it can't reach you with its truck, and its too sluggish to get away while you repeatedly pommel it from behind. If you stand to the side of its hind legs then it won't even be able to hit you with a back kick. If it raises its leg to perform a stomp then all you have to do is back off until it finishes its slam, then move back in to continue punching.
>hug its hind legs
Ok good luck
Actually good luck getting within touching range of an elephant. You will die.
he will shake you off or sit and crush you under its weight
it can go into water where you have to let go or drown
then it can just grab you with its trunk and drown you
>sits on you
>*bugle starts playing* *horses neigh* *automatic gunfire* *birds chirping*