However, the family were told by the RSPCA that they could not take the animal because the estate where they live in Ashford, Kent, is notorious for anti-social behaviour. The animal welfare charity claims that the majority of complaints about the mistreatment of cats stem from that area.However, I can’t help wondering if we shouldn’t be as strict with child adoptions …
Friday 16 May 2008
Ah, If Only Social Workers Had The Same Dedication
I can’t really fault the RSPCA’s attempts to ensure the best possible life for the cat (though I’m surprised they didn’t simply suggest it be rehomed on the basis of being an indoor-only cat).