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Not so cool for cats

Not so cool for cats

“Please do not believe Olympic Delivery Authority (O.D.A) claims that they are working closely with C.H.A.T and that they will notify C.H.A.T if kittens, lactating or pregnant cats are seen. They are reassuring the public by letter, email, telephone and in their own Newsletter (Issue 3, November 2007), that "The ODA is working closely with the Celia Hammond Trust to capture these cats and move them off the site and into new homes."
THIS IS NOT TRUE AND THE PUBLIC ARE BEING MISLED.... WE HAVE ONLY BEEN ALLOWED ON THE MAJOR PART OF THE SITE FROM JULY 10th - AUGUST 5th AND OCTOBER 19th – 28th...”

Quoted above is part of an appeal to sign a petition on the website of the Celia Hammond Animal Trust (CHAT). Whilst it says something about the British and their soft spot for animals that within the space of only a couple of weeks this e-petition has already outstripped the Petition to the Prime Minister to save Manor Gardens Allotments, it is also yet another example of community groups left feeling betrayed by empty promises from the ODA.

More at:
Celia Hammond Animal Trust

See also: Building TV