Posted by Lucy Pickin on 2nd Oct 2018
As a cat 'purrent' one of your main worries about your cat's safety outdoors will be the risk of road traffic accidents. Whether you live in a suburban area with busy roads or in a rural area with fast roads, your cat will probably cross the road regularly to access their full territory. Only 25% of cats hit in road traffic accidents are killed outright so follow our step-by-step guidance as your fast actions could make a real difference to your cat's survival chances:
How to prevent cat road accidents from happening in the future:
#CatsMatter estimate that 1 in 10 UK drivers have left a cat to die alone after a collision. Consider supporting their campaign to make reporting cat RTAs to the police mandatory.
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