A diabetic cat and the Kings Cross medically supervised injecting centre

Remember the nonsense from the Daily Telegraph about some syringes found near the Kings Cross medically supervised injecting centre (see https://blumensacha.wordpress.com/2006/07/30/medically-supervised-injecting-centre-in-kings-cross/)? Well the Inner City Hub ran a story about how the syringes were from a diabetic cat, and I was going to write a post on it except that Media Watch has done the good deed: http://www.abc.net.au/mediawatch/transcripts/s1738462.htm

The response from David Penberthy is interesting – by almost all accounts most of the local community supports the MSIC. Alan Jones and Peter Debnam got into the MSIC on the basis of the syringes – havn’t heard an apology from either of them have we?

2 Responses to A diabetic cat and the Kings Cross medically supervised injecting centre

  1. Bronte the Cat says:

    Isn’t that amazing – and people think we cats just sit around and sleep all day. Cats do have an impact, even if it is just to show how ridiculous the Daily Telegraph is! Where are the critics of the MSIC now?

  2. Sacha says:

    Maybe they’re all mice and the cat ate them!

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