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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Vince_Ulam, Dec 26, 2017.
Anyone get a pet for Christmas?
Good grief, what next an appeal for human cadavers?
I wouldn't be surprised but then euthanasia isn't technically illegal in Denmark.
Interesting headline underneath as well, Swiss looking to clarify their relationship with the EU
Doh they feed them live? I haven't a particular problem with an animal that would live a miserable life of neglect or be put down anyway being quietly put to sleep and then fed to the lions.
What I strenuously object to is the idea of a defenceless pet dying in terror and pain.
What happens in the wild is Nature. Let's not pretend being in a zoo has anything to do with that.
What a hideous and cruel idea.
Here's another cat cafe which might be more to people's tastes:
Budget cuts must be tight.
You have to live with cats, dogs, birds etc to know that they trust you and love you in a way that human beings cannot. How awful it is when people betray their trust - and this must surely be one of the worst things you can do.
There's a Cat Cafe in Nottingham and we are getting/possibly already have one here.
The one in Notts is tops.
If you like cats...
I'm truly amazed as I thought that the law prohibited animals in public eating places. Why would anyone want to take a cat with them into a cafe? I could perhaps understand it with a dog as you could be out with your dog walking and want a drink etc. I usually went to cafes where you could sit at a table outside when I had my dog. Taking cats into a cafe doesn't quite make sense to me and such a cafe I, or many others, would avoid, even though I love cats and have had cats and dogs as pets.
I love seeing cafes with signs up saying simply 'Pets welcome' Am SO seriously tempted to turn up with half a dozen pet chickens
I think, and I may be wrong as I have never been and not looked into it enough, you don't take your cat, the cats are part of the fixtures and fittings.
I have always wondered if those signs apply to pet rats
The cats come with the cafe. You don't "bring your own". They have an airlock style door system in the out so no cats escape. I think most are rescue cats.