National park staff are luring feral cats with KFC

What’s the difference between obscenely hungover people and feral cats?

The unwavering appetite for fried food, of course.

Apparently, Kentucky Fried Chicken happens to be the secret ingredient in helping control the feral feline population, which poses a constant risk to over 100 native species in Australia.

Parks Victoria staff spent A$260 (US$193) during seven visits to the same KFC store in a four month period, according to The Guardian. An unnamed Parks Victoria staff member told the news outlet the fast food is “widely known to be the most effective bait for luring feral cats.”

It really is “paw lickin’ good!”

-M&S

(IMAGE: JUSTIN SULLIVAN/GETTY IMAGES)

(SOURCE: MASHABLE)

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Matt Barron, News, Sarah Nick

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