Animal lover not allowed pet cat because it doesn't have its own room #Business @MondoPlayer [Video]

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Joe Lines wanted to keep the cat at his 625 square ft flat that has a 33ft gardenBut Battersea Dogs & Cats Home"s bizarre policy means he wasn"t allowed to The 32-year-old"s south west London pad would "compromise cat"s welfare"  By Valerie Elliott For The Mail On Sunday...

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  • Joe Lines wanted to keep the cat at his 625 square ft flat that has a 33ft garden
  • But Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s bizarre policy means he wasn’t allowed to
  • The 32-year-old’s south west London pad would ‘compromise cat’s welfare’

Valerie Elliott For The Mail On Sunday

Joe Lines had gone to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in London volunteering to foster a pet at his 625 square foot flat in south west London (pictured), which boasts its own 33ft private garden

Joe Lines had gone to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in London volunteering to foster a pet at his 625 square foot flat in south west London (pictured), which boasts its own 33ft private garden

But he (pictured) was stunned when the charity refused to supply an animal because his £500,000 pad did not have a room for the cat's exclusive use

But he (pictured) was stunned when the charity refused to supply an animal because his £500,000 pad did not have a room for the cat's exclusive use

Battersea claim the dedicated space is needed to adequately care for an animal which is stressed, nervous or has medical needs, or a female that has recently had kittens

Battersea claim the dedicated space is needed to adequately care for an animal which is stressed, nervous or has medical needs, or a female that has recently had kittens

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