The war has gone to the ‘cats’


Cat troubles: While this British shorthair may be welcomed with open arms by FIFe, those from Russia are cattus non grata at the moment. — AP Photo

SINCE Russia invaded Ukraine, Chinese netizens have been discussing about which country they support and their military might.

But what has caught the most interest is the “sanction” imposed by the Federation Internationale Feline (FIFe), a cat fancier society with 41 member clubs worldwide, that no cat bred in Russia can be imported or registered in its pedigree book.

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