A post was uploaded onto a Facebook Page saying “Hello friends,
Today was a day I will never forget. After my 12-hour shift, I came home to a heartbreaking sight. My cat, Sparkle, was lying lifeless on the ground. My kids were in shock and horror, unable to comprehend what had happened.
It turns out that someone had run over Sparkle in front of my kids and then got out of their car and placed £20 and a sticky note on her body. The note said, “soz didn’t mean to smash cat in hurry, £20 to say sorry”. I find this disrespectful and in no way fair to my family and now a dead cat. My son told me that the car was a 4×4 white Porsche. ”
When Ryan Jordan was asked about the incident, his response was unexpected. Instead of giving a traditional answer about wanting to give a loving home to an animal in need, he simply said, “At least this cat didn’t end up in the local Chinese takeaway.”
The response was a reference to a recent incident in the area, where a local Chinese takeaway was found to be selling cat meat. The takeaway was closed down and the owners were fined for the illegal activity, but it left the local community in shock.
Ryan’s response was a way of highlighting the importance of animal welfare and the need for better regulations to protect animals from harm. His humorous response also served to lighten the mood and remind people that, despite the terrible incident, there are still people out there who care about animals and will go out of their way to make sure they are safe and loved.