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Some residents will face up to $1600 dollar fines if their cat is found roaming outside after more than a billion native wildlife animals were killed by the animal last year.

The Canberra council has announced all cats will remain indoors from mid-2022 or their owners could face $1600 finesEssential workers in factories, while Bendigo residents have been urged to keep their cats within their property or pay $120 to reclaim them from shelters.

Adelaide Hills council has banned felines from being outside from 8pm to 7am, while Cats in Fremantle are now banned from public areas.

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