There have been cat beheadings in Manchester. The Manchester Evening News reports on a bin bag containing the severed heads of cats. The bag was dumped in the street near to a place referred to as “Curry Mile”. This is an area in South Manchester where there is a very large concentration of curry-type restaurants and takeaways. There are at least 70 of these food establishments. These places specialize in South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine.
We are told the black bag which was dumped illegally in the street contained the severed heads of cats. That statement indicates that only the heads were in the bag.
To me, this strongly indicates that one of the restaurants is killing stray cats for human consumption. If that is a cynical assessment so be it.
But what if stray cats were feeding off the waste food at the back of these restaurants? That is very plausible. It is equally plausible that one of the employees of one of these restaurants or takeaways killed the cats and removed the head from the body. The body parts were used for cat meat meals while the heads where disposed of.
Let’s not forget that in certain parts of Asia they eat cat meat so their relationship with the stray cat is different to ours.
The RSPCA is involved in trying to figure out what happened. Well I reckon I have solved this disgusting and grizzly case!
All they have to do is go down the Curry Mile and look for Vietnamese or Chinese restaurants. They then get a warrant to enter the restaurant to carry out a search.
I’d be pretty sure that they will find cat carcasses and if they interview people – staff and/or customers – they may well discover that one or more of these restaurants has cat meat on the menu.
Some Asians believe cat meat is good for health such as arthritis. For me, it is completely bonkers but that is what they believe.
The heavy immigration into Britain, which is the biggest single political issue for the British people, has resulted in the mass importation of overseas-style crimes. I allege that this is yet one more example.
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