Aw! I’m really sad that Dr Erwood’s cat didn’t survive its encounter with a whimbrel (Should I report my cat; SN 20/2/13).
However, looking on the bright side, the money saved on cat food could be donated to the Sustainable Shetland appeal.
This donation would help the petition in the Court of Session to challenge the Scottish government’s failure to hold a public local inquiry.
A public local inquiry is where all concerns pertaining to the Viking Energy project can be put forward by the public – including any concerns that Dr Erwood may have.
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