Cat lovers at Google are to blame for dwindling burrowing owl population, say wildlife activists

It started as a well-meaning effort by Google technology workers to look after feral cats living around their headquarters in Silicon Valley.

But now the felines are suspected of killing rare owls in a nearby wildlife refuge, leading environmentalists to condemn the cat rescue effort. A handful of burrowing owls make their nests in the long grass in Shoreline Park, a 750-acre expanse next to Google's massive offices at Mountain View, California south of San Francisco.

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