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In Australia cat are kept as a pet and are also one of the most important invertebrate animals, which have harmful impacts on the native animal world. Because of biosafety considerations, all Australian importers must comply with the requirements laid down by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. Meanwhile there are an estimation of 2.7 million house cat and over 18 million wildcat in Australia.
Until 2006, 26% of Australian homes had a cat that was indoors. In the Heirisson region of Western Australia, a test carried out in Heirisson Priong likened small numbers of animals in areas freed of fox and cat, fox and a patch. Scientists found the first sound proof that wildcat robbery can cause a decrease in indigenous animals.
There is also evidence that the feline predator is particularly strong when the number of chestnuts has declined In Australia, cat can be involved in changing eco-systems; with chestnuts they can control imported bunnies, especially in dry areas that cause environmental degradation themselves. It is thought that the cat has been a contributor to the disappearance of the only remaining continental birds that have been extinct since Europe's invasion, the Paradise Parrot Australia's cat have no wild carnivores other than dingos and wedge-tailed eagles and are therefore top robbers, in which neither the dinggo nor the antel.
A number of ghost cat spotting has taken place in Australia, among them the Gippsland ghost cat and the Blue Mountains Pant. The cat trial in australia. Australian National Library. Accessed January 21, 2016. A survey of the impact of wildcat species on Australian wildlife (PDF). Director von National Parks and Wildlife - Australian Nature Conservation Agency - Institute of Wildlife Research.
Accessed February 11, 2013. "Interaction between wildcat, fox, indigenous carnivore and rabbit in Australia" (PDF). Accessed February 12, 2013. "On the Influence of Cat and Fox on the Small Vermiculate Facuna of Heirisson Prong, Western Australia. Accessed February 12, 2013. Accessed February 14, 2013. Accessed May 2, 2008. Wild Megacats