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Rampant Cat Thefts in UK. Fur Trade? — 10 Comments

  1. heymoron!

    Guess what moron, I’ve got an electric car. It has no engine to get hot and no room to get under the wheel hubs and no traditional engine just a massive solid impenetrable battery! And also guess what, I spoke to all my neighbours and they didn’t hurt my cat with their cars either. Fancy that! An electric car and honest neighbours. Must be foul play then, troll.

    • As far as I am concerned the cat fur trade is still alive and well in Europe. It is illegal but when did that stop anything? Switzerland was a centre for it but it has probably gone underground. I feel fairly sure that these missing cats have been shipped to the continent for fur which sounds awful but then a lot of things about life are awful.

      China is the world centre for cat fur and it is produced brutally. Horrendously. I won’t go into detail. I hate the Chinese for it. That and cat meat. Quite disgusting.

      Cat fur is found in gloves and accessories. The accessories you buy in the high street are quite possibly lined with cat fur. Yes, a domestic cat companion was killed for her skin. The world is quite sick.

      Thanks a lot for visiting and commenting. Please update me when you can in further comments.

  2. I think people need to re-think letting their cats outside in the UK, get a safe enclosure and/or keep them inside. They can transition to living indoors as mine had to when I moved from country acreage to suburbia with busy roads. My cats are fine now as indoor cats who get to go out in their enclosure most days. The world has changed and cat owners need to protect their pets against all the dangers of being allowed to roam outside.

  3. Burnt fur? Torn-out in spots? Other bodily injuries? Sounds like some criminally-negligent cat-owner let their cat crawl up into someone’s engine compartment for warmth the night before and the cat finally fell-out on the road after the manifold was already fur-singing hot and the fan-belts tore out some of the hair. Injuries like “being kicked” from falling out of a moving engine-compartment onto the road. Makes much more sense, doesn’t it. It explains every last bit of it.

    It’s so easy to blame everyone else for what you did to your own cats, isn’t it.

    • I disagree. Your response is the classic one but these cat owners have been seeing a trend and with 200 cats missing there is something going on far beyond one individual cat getting caught in an engine compartment. I did not mention it but one cat was said to have his eyes glue together which I take to mean glued closed. This is not about individual cats. There are too many.

    • Do you actually read articles in full? Her other kitten went missing at the same time and was found more than 2 miles away but without injuries some time later.

      Why pick on one person’s experience simply because she was fortunate to have her cats returned to her and she was able to describe based on the veterinary examination what happened to the one kitten.

      Explain the 200 plus other missing cats? Are they all climbing into cars for a jolly warm kip?

      Are you merely trolling? Or are you involved with these disappearances.

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