No good deed goes unpunished — and with bleeding heart do-gooders, that is as it should be:
A man in Oregon is severely ill in hospital with a suspected case of the plague, thought to have been contracted as he tried saving a mouse from the jaws of a stray cat in his neighbourhood. …
Initially he showed signs of the Bubonic plague, including swollen lymph nodes in his armpits and groin. He then had abdominal pains and bleeding — a symptom of Septicaemic plague.
The Black Death, one of the worst pandemics in human history, was caused by an outbreak of the plague, resulting in the deaths of 25 million people in Europe between 1348 and 1350.
That’s quite a body count — though moonbats have dwarfed it with communism.
“Taking a mouse out of a cat’s mouth is probably not a good idea,” said Emilio DeBess, the public health veterinarian for Oregon.
Clearly we need a government program to educate cats, so that they will understand the historic discrimination suffered by mice and other disease-spreading vermin and stop behaving so insensitively.
On a tip from Artfldgr.