Heartless driver just left injured cat to die
council all those years ago, they did so on a policy of scrapping the paper. In power, they have expanded it.
UKIP policy in Hillingdon is to do away with this unnecessary waste of taxpayers’ money.
The information could be got out via increased interaction and co-operation with local press and online news services. Also on a ward basis, we would encourage councillors to communicate more with their constituents via ward bulletins, paid for out of their not ungenerous allowances. ON MY way to work on Monday morning, I was saddened to see a young cat lying in Swakeleys Drive near the Long Lane junction.
To my surprise, the slow-moving traffic in front of me just steered around it, so I stopped to see if there was anything I could do.
Sadly the poor animal was clearly dead so I lifted it and placed it on the grass verge to avoid it being driven over and the owner being even more distressed when they found it.
Whoever hit the cat would have surely known; why did they not stop to see if it was all right?
As an animal lover, I am shocked that so many people are desensitised to the fact an animal was lying in the road.
It took a matter of seconds for me to stop, move the cat and carry on my journey.
To the owners of the poor cat, my heart goes out to you. I know how I would feel if it happened to mine.