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July 27, 2022

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Cats classified as 'invasive alien species' by Polish institute

(Thanks to Al Barkafski and Frank)

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They're not wrong. But the guy wondering if humans should be classified as invasive outside of Africa is wrong. We represent a natural range extension. There's a difference.

Wojciech neglected to indicate that he was only referring to the Russian blue variety.

A Polish scientific institute has classified domestic cats as an "invasive alien species," citing the damage they cause to birds and other wildlife.

Well, excuuuuuuuuuuse me. About the same damage as throwing rocks and pummeling the tanks with sticks caused as they rolled in circa 1939.

My sincerest apology to Wojciech Solarz.

I'm not in the mood for it. Birds and other wildlife? Your face is making sounds.

The Roswell, New Mexico space aliens say the Polish institute should watch their backsides. The inhabitants of the second planet of the Felis Star System are sentient cats that have an advanced civilization. They are over 6 feet tall, walk on two legs and have developed faster than light space travel. They are also rather easily upset.

Since they are only 500 light years from Earth, The Felisians might be offended being called, "an invasive species" and Poland should "cool it."

Sounds like the squirrels may have some intimidating photos of WS and are blackmailing him to throw shade on the cats and away from them.

Le Pet, I think the aliens are pulling your leg. I think they got the idea from this:

https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Kzinti

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