Jamie Childs

Yale University

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Researchers have found that cats in New York City are pretty much useless when it comes to controlling the rat population.

Why cats aren’t as likely to fight rats these days

Researchers have found that cats in New York City are pretty much useless when it comes to controlling the rat population.

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