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From Construction and Roofing to Looking after 100 Cats – the Cat Man — 7 Comments

  1. A wonderful young man and a wonderful family he grew up with. I think it’s so important to grow up in an animal friendly household. It teaches so much about compassion, respect, and responsibility. Doubtful that we’ll ever see David or the like in any abuse registry.

    • Yes, absolutely, I think it is so important that children grow up in families where the parents educate their children on the importance of relating to animals in a kind and humane way. Animal should be seen as equals in my opinion. We are their guardians and custodians because unfortunately we are top of the tree and therefore we are meant to look after the planet and everything in it but we are patently failing in that task.

  2. What an honorable man he is, the stigma attached to protecting this species of animals is appalling to we who care so much for their welfare. All life’
    is valuable on the Planet

  3. Happiest post so far this year. Some good news for cats. David desrves a standing ovation. More men should come out in support of cats and maybe it would help stop this “war” on cats. Even in our modern society,as far as men go,they tend to listen to each other and mimic each other. The public needs to see,there are many men who support felines and love them. And speak out against the cruelty. Make it clear it is not ok,and makes you less of a man. I say this because most of the abuse and anti cat rhetoric is done by men,or shall we call them males. A real man would not do it.

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