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Japanese chicken seller runs fruity campaign to help shelter cats

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An admirable cause - helping to alleviate the plight of discarded / unwanted cats in shelters.

I'm not so sure of the cat "cafes" though - would neeed more info.

And I'm also wondering if someone in Wakayama will take up the cause of the suffering of the chickens in the battery hen industry. Differentiating between "cute kitties" and "pitiful poultry" re their welfare says a lot more to me about where folks true sentiments lie.

Nakata Chicken as a player in this world may be swayed to take up the flag.

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And I'm also wondering if someone in Wakayama will take up the cause of the suffering of the chickens in the battery hen industry.

That's an interesting point. Are Nakata Chickens free-range? It's not particularly consistent if a company professes an interest in cat welfare (which is obviously genuine) while ignoring the plight of their own battery hens (if Nakata's are indeed battery hens). This was a fringe issue not so many years ago, but now it's mainstream in many countries.

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Good work. I'm not a cat person, but I rescued two cats last year after my daughter was passed away. We didn't know female cat was pregnant and she had given birth to one short hair domestic brown color male kitten and one long hair Burmese white female kitten. They are really cute and funny. We kept all of them. Now we have one doggy and four cats in our home. They did not fight and dog has given grooming to kittens. The dog also we rescued him from my neighbor's backyard. If I have money and then I'll build animal shelter for old animals.

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They have a concern for and want to help the cute kitties, whilst breeding chickens solely for human consumption.

Speceisism at it’s best.

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