Sunday, 17 August 2014

Cats heads found in bin bag in Rusholme. Not far from "Curry Mile". Council mystified.

A bin-bag of severed cats heads has been found in Rusholme by a council worker. They were found near Walmer Street East and Basil Street, an area just off Wilmslow Road -"Curry mile". A Manchester City  Council spokesman said "At this stage we have no way of knowing how these animal parts came to be where they were discovered". Oh no? Please, don't patronise us.You have a damn good idea, and I'll give you a clue, it's not a pet shop, clothing shop or pub ....if there are still many pubs in that area.

During the Seige of Paris in 1871 high prices were paid for "Roof Rabbit" as cats were nick-named. My late mother told me that during WW2 the local women would not buy rabbits from the butcher if it had it's head, paws and fur removed. Such an animal could have been a cat. Feline cookery has a long pedigree. 

The authorities are running round like headless chickens, or is that cats? The RSPCA are to be called in to deal with "Animal cruelty"  even though the council, using health regulations, has immense power to enter premises and search/inspect them. As we all know from watching the BBC's "Call the Council". All that is needed is a couple of swabs from each Restaurant and then DNA tests for Feline DNA. "They" have spent similar amounts of time and effort to pursue on-line "racists" so let the authorities spend a little of that effort on a genuine problem.

Of course, a local squad of jihadist ISIS members could be responsible, working their way up from cats to dogs then humans, but unlikely. Cats scratch and the jihadists like easy targets.


Alf Garnett said...
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Anonymous said...

The authorities spend 'time and effort' on what suits them and ignore and/or suppress what doesn't. Tameside Council were caught having meetings with the local press to 'deal with' stories that might have threatened 'community cohesion'.
The North Koreans have NOTHING on us.

The Wrath of the Awakened Saxon - Rudyard Kipling said...

Alf is of course referring to Missing girl's body 'put into kebab' but it was no joke.

Tameside Citizen said...

I now read that it may be "Racially motivated" by someone trying to ferment trouble. That it was not discovered by a council worker responding to complaints but by a passing metrolink worker who just happened to look in the can imagine the rest