Posted June 03, 2018 06:36:09 When it comes to cat breeds and the type of homes they inhabit, B.C. is in for a surprise.
According to data compiled by a research firm, there are an estimated 1.4 million “big cats” in British Columbia, a number that is set to rise to about 1.6 million by 2060.
The latest estimate from the Dog Breeders’ Association of Canada (DBA) indicates the total number of big cats in British Colombia, which borders Colombia, is at least four times larger than the rest of Canada.
It also says there are currently 5.6 per cent of the population of big cat in the province in need of rescue.
The breed’s status is unclear, but it is thought to be one of the most difficult to find in the world, as there are few public shelters or sanctuaries.
In recent years, the numbers of the big cats have increased dramatically in British Canada, with a number of rescues and sanctuary owners calling for the animals to be given up for adoption.
The dog-eating cat breeds of dogs, such as the Staffordshire bull terrier and the Doberman Pinscher, have been blamed for the rise in numbers.
According the DogBreeders.ca website, there have been 1,622 cases of “males biting or causing harm” in the U.S. since the first reported case in Canada in 1996.
It is estimated that 1,300 dogs were killed in the United States as a result of the dog-eatering.
In 2017, the Dog Breeders Association of America (DBEA) declared a public health emergency for the breed, citing a high prevalence of bite injuries, injuries to owners and the possibility of spread of rabies in dogs.
The organization also stated the breed was prone to aggression and the breeding of puppies that were bred to be aggressive.
“This breed is at a significant risk for transmitting rabies,” said DBEA’s chief executive officer, Scott Koehler.
“The breed’s potential for transmission of the disease has not been established but is being investigated by the U