It's arguable that letting your cat go outside is as risky as letting your toddler walk down the street alone and PETA shows us why.
Cats are vulnerable creatures- they can get hit by cars, attacked by other animals or receive abuse from people.
They can also catch diseases or get parasites. Cats can be poisoned by drinking spilled substances that are toxic to their bodies or harmed by fan blades when they crawl into a warm car on cold days.
They can be taken off the streets and used for bait in dog fights or even caught by dealers and sold to laboratories for experiments.
Towns and cities are very dangerous for these fragile and trusting animals- so keep your cat inside to make sure your pet safe from any of these potential situations.