Unowned, feral and domestic wild cats

stray cat crawling under fence

Unowned, feral or domestic wild cats are the same species as our pet cats, but they have adapted to living off the land

These types of cats rely on hunting and scavenging for food and are a direct threat to some of our native animals and birds. When living closer to our residential communities, also cause significant nuisance to people, property and other animals.

Feral cats are declared a pest animal under the Biosecurity Act 2014. Our Biosecurity Plan aims to help us manage populations of feral cats in Logan City.

For more information, please visit Queensland Government – Restricted invasive animals.

To report stray or feral cats or to borrow a cat trap from us, please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email us at council@logan.qld.gov.au.