A couple of weeks ago, the Australian Government decided to ban cat cafes in a number of coastal areas in the north of Australia.
These cafes are located in towns and cities that have large populations of feral cats, such as Port Hedland and Port Augusta.
This decision prompted a lot of commentary, and many people were shocked that the ban had been made without any consultation.
But the problem with the policy was that it didn’t apply to the whole of coastal Australia, and that was a big issue.
The issue here is not that there aren’t cats in coastal areas, but that there are very few.
Many of these cafes are owned by individuals who live and work in towns, which means they aren’t likely to have people who live in coastal cities nearby.
The fact that the policy applies only to the entire north-west of Australia is a big problem for rural residents.
The ban on cat cafes is particularly problematic in the region of Queensland, because the town of Morwell is the home of the Catswall Lighthouse, which is the only cat cafe on the coast.
As the Cat Café owner said, “If there’s one thing you can do to save cats, it’s to stop people from having cat cafes”.
If the ban on coastal cafes were to go ahead, it would mean that cats would be kept out of Morsellong, the town that is home to the Catswales Lighthouse and the Cats Wall.
It’s a big loss to people who rely on these places for shelter and love.
If the Catswalks Lighthouse were to close, they would need to find a new cat-friendly spot to stay in.
What we need is for the government to make sure that the cat cafes aren’t going to go anywhere.
For that to happen, the government needs to consider whether the ban has any economic benefits.
The Catswarks Lighthouse has been in operation for 70 years, and there’s no sign that its owners are planning to close the place down.
It may be time to re-evaluate the economic benefits of the ban.
It is a moot point whether or not the ban will benefit anyone directly, or if it will just make life difficult for people who work in coastal towns.
But it would be a shame if this policy didn’t have the benefits of a good policy that can help many people.
The bottom line is that there is no clear evidence that cat cafes are a viable option for rural communities.
It also makes it difficult for the public to understand why this ban is being imposed.
There is a very strong case for continuing to ban the cat cafe industry in general, but the ban is so arbitrary that there’s little support for it.
The problem with banning the cat café industry is that it’s been around for a long time.
It has been a part of life in coastal communities for centuries, and people have a strong desire to keep these cat cafes alive.
There’s a lot that can be done to encourage cat cafes, and it’s important that people are educated about the importance of cat cafes and the importance that they play in helping rural communities survive.