A suggestion was made by Anne McIntosh, a member of Parliament, to bring in a cat from the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to solve the mouse problem. Once the magnitude of the problem was discovered, the idea was thrown out citing logistical problems with the number of cats that would be needed to rid the area of mice.
As an alternative, pest control measures have been put into place. Seems members of Parliament didn’t feel up to the task of herding cats.
What would you do, go with the cats or the pest control?
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