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Cats are banned from going outside in a town in Germany

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In Germany, authorities have ordered cat owners to keep their cats indoors until the end of August to protect the rare crested lark during the breeding season.

The decision was designed to help conserve the crested lark, which makes its nest on the ground and therefore becomes easy prey for cats.

It is said that the decision, which is valid for all cats in the south part of town and will be repeated for 3 years, gets pet owners in trouble.

It was stated that the leader of the local animal welfare association plans to take legal steps to appeal the decision.

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