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This is brought to you by Toronto City Council considering a cat leash law.

Free-roaming domestic cats, on average, live to only three years of age. They also kill billions of native wildlife in North America each year. With proper care, cats can adapt super well to indoor living with supervised time outdoors. It's a win-win for kitties and wildlife!

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@ashinonyx i myself walk my cat, Wasabi, on a leash. she is primarily indoors and so we just walk around the building courtyard and sometimes down the sidewalk a bit. she looooves catching moths out of the air, though she's very bad at it

@nev 1) I love that name, it’s so cute! And 2) that sounds like a lot of fun for her - I’m glad 🙂

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