Shaun aRe > wrote:
> "sarah" > wrote in message
> > graham > wrote:
> > > "sarah" > wrote in message
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> > > > Incidentally, I've always ended up spending ages picking deer hair out
> > > > of the packed venison stewing cuts; I don't know how so much gets in
> > > > there, but it's not nice and soft and relatively un-noticeable like
> > > > cat hair :-))
> > > >
> > > I knew that you love cats but you eat 'em too?:-)
> > Only the hair. That I know of!
> You mean there's actually a /possibility/ you accidentally swallowed a
Just think of that, she swallowed a cat!
I *think* that the stories of cheap restaurants serving cat in lieu of
rabbit are probably urban myths, but I can't be sure. Years ago, when I
lived in Canada, a zoologist friend of a friend was said to have found a
cat forelimb bone in a rabbit stew (the limb bones are diagnostic -- no
possibility of error). Of course that was Canada ;-)
Think of it as evolution in action.