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Rhine-Neckar-Kreis. The first fine was imposed due to the cat’s ban

Rhine-Neckar region
First fine due to cat curfew

Domestic cat. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/Symbolbild

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For the first time, the Rhine-Neckar region has imposed a fine of 500 euros for violating the nationwide curfew for cats in Waldorf. Since the general decree was issued, the affected cat has been seen several times in the skylark’s danger zone, a spokesman for the Heidelberg district office said Monday, most recently near the tribes.

For the first time, the Rhine-Neckar region has imposed a fine of 500 euros for violating the nationwide curfew for cats in Waldorf. Since the general decree was issued, the affected cat has been seen several times in the skylark’s danger zone, a spokesman for the Heidelberg district office said Monday, most recently near the tribes.

Because this cat is often seen hunting in the area, the lower body of the Nature Conservancy assumes that the crested lark and its young birds are endangered. After a “warning letter” was sent to the owners in advance, they saw no other option than to impose the threatened fine by general decree.

The event caused a nationwide sensation and without controversy. from mid-May and for the next three years, from April to August, cats were not allowed to roam the breeding grounds of rare larks in the south of the city; they are put on a short leash or clearly do not move in places where they may pose a danger to animals.

According to a spokesperson for the authorities, only two breeding pairs are still available at the site. The couple had disappeared for several weeks from the Waldorf-Sud district for reasons still unknown. It cannot be ruled out that it will appear again. the couple has been absent at times in the past year. All three pairs have returned at the start of the breeding season this year.

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