Open day at Wrexham cats adoption center

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  • #152206

    Hrhodes96
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    We would like to invite you to a Wimbledon themed open day at the wrexham cat’s protection adoption branch on the 7th July, from 11am – 3pm.

    During the course of our open day there will be lucky dip tombolas to win a mix of prizes, strawberries and cream, light refreshments, cupcakes and more! As well as the chance to visit our cats in our care.

    There will also be an opportunity for a raffle that will commence in a few weeks time, which will be announced on one of our volunteers Facebook pages as she raises money for the branch! The raffles prizes include: 2 adult tickets for Chester zoo, a family pass for Knowsley and tickets for blue planet aquarium!

    #152207

    Hugh Bet
    Participant

    Cats are vile killing machines and I have no idea why anyone would want to protect them let alone adopt one.

    Thank you for the invite but i shall not be in attendance.

    #152210

    Pinder818
    Participant

    I am sure you will be sorely missed.

    #152214

    Hugh Bet
    Participant

    I am sure you will be sorely missed.

    I too am sure I would be.

    #152220

    Matt
    Participant

    Of course I can naturally see the fit between an animal welfare organisation giving out prizes to a safari park, zoo and aquarium that have all been heavily criticised for animal cruelty incidents in the past.

    #152221
    Rob
    Rob
    Keymaster

    I got my cat from Wrexham cats protection – they were great, and now a ragamuffin street cat from Gobowen is living a pampered life.

    The Egyptians had the right idea. Cats are ace, and your life will be greatly improved by letting one own you!

    (Wrexham.com'er - email us on news@wrexham.com)

    #152227

    Hugh Bet
    Participant

    Unfortunately as much as you may enjoy the company of those self-centered killing machines, is is estimated that cats in the UK catch up to 275 million prey items a year, of which 55 million are birds. This is the number of prey items which were known to have been caught. We don’t know how many more the cats caught, but didn’t bring home, or how many escaped but subsequently died.

    #152234
    dagg
    dagg
    Participant

    Unfortunately as much as you may enjoy the company of those self-centered killing machines, is is estimated that cats in the UK catch up to 275 million prey items a year, of which 55 million are birds. This is the number of prey items which were known to have been caught. We don’t know how many more the cats caught, but didn’t bring home, or how many escaped but subsequently died.

    Our cat was a stray that we took in. It is not a killing machine it is frightened of birds.

    #152240

    Fugazi3973
    Participant

    All part of the ecosystem. If they didn’t then there would be even more birds. Not necessarily a good thing.

    #152242
    Rob
    Rob
    Keymaster

    Unfortunately as much as you may enjoy the company of those self-centered killing machines, is is estimated that cats in the UK catch up to 275 million prey items a year, of which 55 million are birds. This is the number of prey items which were known to have been caught. We don’t know how many more the cats caught, but didn’t bring home, or how many escaped but subsequently died.

    In that case I think the birds have organised an insurgency, the magpies in-particular seem to be targeting her by swooping in a rather aggressive manner.

    Magpies are the wannabe killing machines, with a kleptomaniacal sideline, basically thieving flying rats :)

    #TeamCat

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