I don't suppose Dr Bast has read anything by Robert Heinlein ... such as "The Cat Who Walked Through Walls" -- probably not, as it was published in 1985.... :-} While Schroedinger's work would have been early enough, I'm not at all convinced that Wizards would have likely been aware of it.
Eh; enough of that. Yes, I suspect that Minerva may be able to provide a useful perspective or two.
That's wonderful. Carroll County wher I live has started a feral society and Baltimore city recently repealed a horrible law which made anyone who fed a feral cat totally responsible for it. Many were fined, but no more. Minerva would be proud.
I've not read much of Heinlein, but that story sounds like one I'd like. And Schrödinger's cat--hmmm. Arthur Weasley would be fascinated the many ways Muggles try to explain wizarding phenomena. I myself am sure that "Dark Matter" and "Dark Energy" have something to do with Voldemort.