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Wednesday, 25 August 2010

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Have you seen this cat?

There has been outrage among Human Rights organisations after a cat was seen dumping a 45 year old woman in a litter bin. The woman, Mary Bale, was effortlessly picked up by the moggy, shaken and unceremoniously dumped in the trash can in Coventry, where she was left to lie for over 12 hours until released by her own cat.

Mrs Bale, who is said to be recovering from the ordeal, says that she doesn't hate cats though she has now developed a fear of them and wets her pants every time her own cat enters the room.

To make matters worse, the cat responsible for this act of madness actually videoed the whole thing and posted the video on YouTube.

A local policeman said "It appears that a mobile phone camera may have been used and we would urge retailers not to sell these devices to felines, in case they are used to perpetrate more human happy-dumpings".

He went on to advise people in the neighbourhood that, until the cat is caught, if they go out at night, they should carry a flashlight and a book, just in case they get dumped in a trash can by a cat. "At least they will have something to read while they wait to be rescued."

A neighbour of Mrs Bale said "This used to be a friendly neighbourhood. Now that's all changed. I hope they find the cat who did this to Mary and stick him in a cell with a dog."

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