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Councillor Davod Harrison

No Need for Barbaric Means

Barbaric Means For A Cat
Barbaric Means For A Cat

I am really disappointed to learn that somebody in the central Totton area decided that it was a good idea to set one of these traps.

This poor cat fell victim to it, dragging it all the way home to the owner.

There are modern, less cruel, means of controlling pests or deterring cats from gardens and allotment plots.

Fortunately, I understand that the cat’s leg wasn’t broken and is well on the mend.

Whoever set this trap, please don’t do it again.

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