Never mind #ukuncut. What about #ukuncat???

After a January of utter apathy about cuts, socialists, resignations and assignations, finally a story has really caught my attention.

David Cameron has been responsible for some utterly disgraceful decisions since he took up residence in his new council house.

This, though, just tops the damned lot:


The government says it is not planning to bring in a cat to deal with a rat spotted running around Downing Street.

The prime minister’s spokesman said there would not be a replacement for Humphrey, nicknamed "Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office", who died in 2006.

Outrageous and discriminatory, I think you’ll find.

I have contacted the Cat Protection League, whose lawyers are, as we speak, filing a complain with the Equalities and Hoomin Rights Commission.

Power to the pussies!



About Al Jahom
Anti-social malcontent, misanthrope and miserable git.

4 Responses to Never mind #ukuncut. What about #ukuncat???

  1. patently says:

    Ah, yes, the “Equalities and Human Rights Commission”?


    We all know cats are socialist; everything they see, is theirs by right.

    • PT Barnum says:

      Nah, cats are royalty – not only do they own anything and everything, they have servants to help them get it as well.

  2. NewsBoycap says:

    All my life I have been told that royalty do not smell,well my new kitten’s SHIT absolutely stinks.

    So he cannot be Royalty. No Cats are supreme Dictators, they make the rules,they are waited on hand and foot and punish without a second thought.

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