Scotland has been hit by a wave of wildcat strikes and the disruption is liable to last all summer.
World famous naturalist Richard Attenborough, spokesman for the wildcats, explained the reason for their extreme action :
"For years, wildcats the length and breadth of the country have been nursing a major grievance over the use of their name by the global jeans company.
The company was a billion dollar industry in the 1970's and 80's and the wild felines feel that they are entitled to a cut of their profits for using their name".
Felis silvestris are known to be a proud and independent breed and its no surprise that they have finally taken the extreme decision to undertake industrial action.
Attenborough continued :
"The wildcats take no pleasure in denying nature lovers the pleasure of seeing them in their natural habitat but they feel they've been left wit no alternative but to conceal themselves from public view".