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Interview in the Washington Post for World Oceans Day

I  was interviewed by Michael Cavna yesterday for the Washington Post for World Oceans Day. Michael Cavna is a cartoonist and Comic Riffs columnist, so it was great to be asked questions by someone who knows his stuff. 

You can read the article here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2017/06/08/on-world-oceans-day-the-arctic-circle-artist-explains-how-her-comic-takes-on-climate-change

Cats are Cute, But Also Little Killers

When I was a kid, I had a cat (“Tac”, a white cat who adopted us when we lived in Cornwall) and I adored it. It pained me every time she caught a bird, or mouse, or mole. Especially when she left the remains on the doormat. I lived in New Zealand and Australia for about a decade and didn’t have a cat there, but I saw how the native wildlife was no match for the cats. At least in Melbourne, cats had to be kept in at night, but in most places in the world they are free to roam and kill millions of birds and small animals.Cat wearing a Birdsbesafe collar
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