Australia has a problem with cat coloring pages.
While you might think it would be a good idea to let your cat enjoy the coloring page on your desktop, the Australian Government has taken the step of banning the pages.
The Government says that cat coloring page content is harmful and could cause health risks for humans.
The new policy aims to curb what it says are dangerous online content.
In the US, cats can be seen in the background of the page on their own.
In Australia, the cat is seen as a “socially accepted” animal.
The pages were created by the Australian Cat Association.
It’s also unclear how long the pages are allowed to be on the site.
The ban has been met with backlash from some animal rights groups, which say the pages contain pictures of animals that have already been killed.
A petition has been created by animal rights group Save the Cat.
“Cats have a very sensitive and vulnerable relationship to people,” Save the Cats CEO Alex Legg said.
“It’s a dangerous trend for people to have an idea that they have some kind of right to have that kind of material on their home page.”
The Animal Legal Defence Fund said that banning cat coloring has an effect on animal welfare.
“They’re taking away a very important tool that cats use to communicate,” said Sarah Gillingham, director of animal rights and campaigns.
“This has an impact on cats as well as people.”
In a statement, Save the Animal said that they were “surprised and disappointed” by the decision.
“We believe this is yet another example of the Government not being listening to the people of Australia, which means we’ll continue to fight for our cats and other pets.”
Australia has an animal welfare record that’s among the worst in the world.
According to a 2015 study by the World Health Organization, it ranked as one of the most dangerous countries for pets.
The Australian government has said that the cat coloring and other animal rights materials are harmful.
It says that if a website is in breach of the new policy, the site could be shut down.
The government also says that the pages could be removed from Australia’s internet registry and could be banned from accessing the internet.