Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) helps to facilitate veterinary and animal education programs in communities across Australia.
Over the past 18 months they have seen a dramatic increase in the population of cats within remote communities, posing great risk to local wildlife.
To support and educate Indigenous communities around Australia around the impacts of free roaming cats on the environment and wildlife AMRRIC have created a series of freely available cat education resources focusing on responsible cat ownership and care.
Download the online resources here:
- Hunting Cat https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/859
- Who Can I Eat? https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/858
- Felt Cat https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/822
- Where does it belong? https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/808
- Cat Mask https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/856
- Hungry Cat https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/861
- Cat Colouring Sheets https://www.amrric.org/resources/view/857