On the basis of their study, the Scottish Wildcat Association (SWA) has issued fresh warnings that there are probable chances that only 35 wild cats, also known as the Highland Tiger, are left. The team of conservationists was of the view that they were stunned to know that the number of wild cats has reduced to such an extent.
The team of conservationists revealed about the two main threats that were being faced by the wild cats. The two threats were infection and inter-breeding with domestic cats. They further affirmed that they wanted to conduct a detailed analysis on the pure bred cats, but they cannot trap them as it is against the rule.
This is the reason that they have been asking the authorities concerned to bring some alterations in the prevailing rule, so they could get pure bred cats and could carry out a detailed study on them.
Experts were of the view that if it's true that only 35 pure bred cats are left then the cats would be considered in the world's most endangered wildlife. Steve Piper, who is the Chairman of SWA, said, "The overwhelming evidence is that the wildcat is going to be extinct within months, anything else is blind hope".
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