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Archive - Tuesday, 8 May 2012
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I AM writing in reference to the story about a tabby cat recovering after being shot in the head with an air rifle or BB-type gun (The Argus, May 1).
I agree with Trevor Weeks, from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service, that airguns should be banned.
As far as I am concerned, there is no excuse for harming any animals with guns.
If people are stressed or have money worries, they don’t have to resort to such horrific activities.
I am a volunteer for a sanctuary in Denton and Pet Rescue Sussex. All efforts are made to rehome animals.
Where are the police community support officers?
It appears Seaford is logging up higher crime rates than ever before.
C Taylor, St Andrew’s Drive, Seaford