mock | 02 by rquinn00
April.18.2009, 8:58 pm
Filed under: Studio Talk

Existing Site Conditions


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For stray cat statistics I think we could determine the productive rate of a cat and state that one cat represents x amount of possible cats per year. If we just assume there are about a dozen cats and then show a j curve population explosion, the cat population starting with 12 could rapidly grow out of control while unchecked by human intervention.

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“Cats average two litters per year and kittens as young as five months of age can reproduce. The reproduction rate is staggering: An unaltered female cat and her offspring can potentially produce 420,000 kittens in seven years.”

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