Save French Tourism: Cull Feral Felines
Tourists in France are being warned about a feral cat problem that has turned violent according to a CNN report.
Every single day 8000 feral cats are born in France and now says CNN they are attacking humans or at least one human out walking her poodle in the town of Belfort.
Worse, travel-related cat warnings are being issued cautioning tourists coming to France to be wary about feral felines. So to save French tourism, worth 137.6 billion euros or 7.12% of GDP, will the call now go out to fight ferals to the death?
To help, do leave suggestions in the comments for the fastest forms of feline extermination — all in the name of the greater good and public health of the country, naturally.
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