I wasn't aware of this until the latest issue of Scientific American:
15 reasons science says feral cats are a disaster
.. A 2011 review of wildlife crises on islands determined that cats helped cause the decline or extinction of 123 species of songbirds, parrots, seabirds and penguins; 25 species of reptiles and 27 species of mammals, including a lemur and a bat. That hurts biodiversity, which has been shown to play a role in food security, the control of infectious disease and successful adaptation to climate change...
Of course, bats are quite out of favor right now, but apparently they eat mosquitoes, so they can't be all bad (unlike mosquitoes!)
The Sci. American article that caught my attention was 'Cat vs WoodRat' (Carrie Arnold, Apr, 2020). I saw a free online download, but suspect it is a pirate, so I'm not going to link to it.