Written by j.w.
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Topics: Cats, Wheelie Bin

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

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Dog Disorder Feared

The cat at the centre of the Wheelie Bin Scandal has been whining at the pathetic response to the crime committed by Mrs Beale of putting her in a Wheelie Bin.

'I expected a deterrent sentence of life imprisonment' said the cat 'we are already hearing about other victimised cats being placed in Bins. Mrs Beale has got away with it - just a ticking off, how pathetic!'

Meanwhile Executives of the Badger Underground Movement (BUM) have compared the way Mrs Beale has been treated with their supposed crime of spreading TB. 'The evidence against us is very flimsy' said a spokebeaver 'and, even if the TB is spread by us it is not our fault.'

In fact animals are planning direct action and civil disobedience campaigns in a protest movement which will give the police a hard time.

In a move that will shock many the Dog Resistance Action Brigade (DRAB) are planning to organise a mass refusal to obey orders. 'Watch what happens to us if we inadvertently bite a person's foot' howled a heated Huskie 'we are killed! But this is disguised as being "put down" as if we were being carried and then put down on the ground.'

Animal rights arbitrators are on standby to deal with this revolutionary fervour among the animal population amid fears that the protest movement might lead to the total disaster of Americans being left without steak.

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