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Cat fouling needs addressing, Lynn News letters

By Lynn News Reporter

I wonder when we are going to treat cat fouling with the same concern.

I have just recently removed nine piles of cat excrement from my front and back gardens, an operation I have to carry out on a regular basis and it is just as unpleasant as dog excrement.

I have young grandchildren so am continually ensuring that my garden is free from faeces.


We are always berating irresponsible dog owners what about cat owners who allow their cats to defecate in anybody’s garden except their own.

I am sure cat owners will be up in arms because of my comments, I will be interested to hear their defence.

G Bonnick

South Wootton


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