Australia plans to kill two million feral cats over the next five years following concerns that the predators have been preying on wildlife and have left more than 120 native species at risk of extinction.
The government plans to use poison baits and has created a mobile app called FeralCatScan for the public to alert authorities about areas where large numbers of the predators have been seen.
It is believed there are around 20 million cats across the nation – and they kill about 75 million native animals a day.
Can you understand a cull of these cats? Is this a humane way to get rid of the feral cats?