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Help Feral Cats in London!

Written by PETA | December 5, 2007

The British Olympic committee is off to a lovely start. They’ve evidently refused to allow an animal rescue group to save feral cats living in a colony on the future site of Olympic Park in London. What this means, in effect, is that these animals will be starved, crushed, and buried before building begins for the British Olympics. Not exactly the most auspicious foundation on which to construct the British Olympic hopes—and, given that an animal rescue group is standing by to take care of the problem in a humane way, it’s just not an acceptable way of carrying on.

Please click here to tell the British Olympic Delivery Authority to stop being such a bunch of heartless bureaucrats and allow the Celia Hammond Animal Trust to save the feral cats at Olympic Park before demolition begins. Thanks.

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  • michelle christofilakes says:

    Hi I rescue and trap feral cats in my area in NY. I have noticed that TNR does work I have seen a great reduction in the amount of kittens being born and healthier cats. If people would help out and take care of these cats by fixing them ect.. it would make a difference in the long run on how many animals are put to sleep

  • 007 says:

    christopher cochran… OMG I can’t even think what to say about johan’s disturbing post except that I hope and pray that your sincere no nonsense right on to the point post to him gets his attention! peace.

  • Holly says:

    Christopher I dont want you to go away. I enjoy your posts and think you bring an interesting slant to the conversation. Although I dont always agree with you. I surly dont want you to disappear!

  • Maya: Master's candidate, wildlife biology says:

    If people didn’t believe me before just read Johan’s comments. He proved my point for me KEEP YOUR CATS INDOORS! There are many more people out there just like him.

  • Holly says:

    Christopher is right Johan What you did was very dangerous and wrong. Don’t ever do that again.

  • Christopher Cochran MD says:

    Johan I don’t know if you are bating people with your comment but please understand that placing wide open poison in the environment is not only very irresponsible in the US it is illegal. If my dog cat or children accidentally got a hold of your poison food and died I am sure that I would be compelled to hunt you down and stomp a mud hole in your ass. All the best and peace be with you.

  • rojo says:

    johan didn’t cost you a cent? what did you steal the poison? I’m no feral fan but I don’t advocate poisoning in any shape or form. You have little control on how much the animal ingests which has an impact on the time and pain it suffers. Don’t be suprised if the FBI come knocking one day.