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Control of Feral Cats

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A speech type assignment that focuses on the immunogenic contraceptive and culling methods for controlling feral cat populations. I scored 83% for this speech.

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Control of Feral Cats
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Peptide hormones Sex hormones Cats Feral cat Trap-neuter-return Cat Feral animal Gonadotropin-releasing hormone Follicle-stimulating hormone Depot medroxyprogesterone acetate 4'-Aminopropiophenone Cats in Australia Estrous cycle
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Topics this document covers:
Peptide hormones Sex hormones Cats Feral cat Trap-neuter-return Cat Feral animal Gonadotropin-releasing hormone Follicle-stimulating hormone Depot medroxyprogesterone acetate 4'-Aminopropiophenone Cats in Australia Estrous cycle
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Feral cats are a biological hazard that threaten our native wildlife. They have been a contributing cause to the extinction of native species such as some ground-dwelling birds and small mammals; and continue to threaten over 100 other native species too (Department of the Environment, 2016). The feral cat is known for its flexible social behaviour and being a predator without many major competitors in their niches (Recio & Seddon, 2013). A cat’s oestrous cycle can be divided into five behaviour phases; they are proestrus, oestrus, in- teroestrus, dioestrus and anoestrus; though some studies will refer to only four phases where inter oestrus and anoestrus are seen as the same. Proestrus lasts only 1.2 days in the queen and is difficult to identify due to a lack of physical signs surrounding the vulva and...
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