Hugh Bet

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  • Hugh Bet
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    Now we have the headline “Police attend as travellers ‘take over field’ in Llay during ‘eventful few hours’”

    WHERE IN HEAVEN’S NAME IS ANDREW WHEN HE IS NEEDED?

    in reply to: Pub quiz at Wrexham lager club #152947

    Hugh Bet
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    I shall be hosting my own charity quiz at some distant point and should like forum members to attend.

    It is for for the victims of poor native animals savaged by cats (please be aware that not all cats are murderers as has been proven under another topic)

    in reply to: Pub quiz at Wrexham lager club #152945

    Hugh Bet
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    May i enquire as to the point at which the forum became a notice board for the Cats protection? I was under the impression, whether correctly or incorrectly that this was for the purpose of discussion.

    forum: a meeting or medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged.

    Does not the Evening Leader newspaper print such ‘news’? Perhaps you could sell some of your feline friends on Gypsy jean or has that ceased through its none PC use of the word Gypsy?


    Hugh Bet
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    Gypsies and Travellers are protected from discrimination by the Race Relations Act 1976 and the Human Rights Act 1998, together with all ethnic groups who have a particular culture, language or values.

    ‘haps Sir Andrew could put up a few polite signs to deter the travellers in future rather than chasing them from his batch of land.

    Or is he afraid of losing income by them helping Gresford folk by doing odd jobs in exchange for a small payment?

    in reply to: Open day at Wrexham cats adoption center #152369

    Hugh Bet
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    Anon…. you like a cat, and all of your other ‘anon’ posts, pointless.

    Cats feed not on their prey, they, like humans kill for fun.

    in reply to: Open day at Wrexham cats adoption center #152264

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

    Domesticated cats are not a native part of most ecosystems and have the same devastating effect on the environment as so many other non-native species do. Cats are considered an invasive species. They are opportunistic predators who will *hunt and kill even when they are not hungry. No populations of native species are safe (Duffy & Capece, 2012).

    * this includes not the feline friends of dagg and Rob

    in reply to: Open day at Wrexham cats adoption center #152227

    Hugh Bet
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    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 reply to: Open day at Wrexham cats adoption center #152214

    Hugh Bet
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    I am sure you will be sorely missed.

    I too am sure I would be.

    in reply to: Councillors Guildhall Car Park #152209

    Hugh Bet
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    I note from my perch that the Councillors are still using their car park to go shopping.

    I spied upon one Councillor and his partner/ spouse visiting the Monday market. Will this behaviour be curtailed with the introduction of the still to be seen £100 golden parking permit?

    in reply to: A483 50mph #152208

    Hugh Bet
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    The only good thing about the 50mph limit is that it limits the speeders as they dare not do the normal 90 to a ton.

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