How many live cats are in the British Isles?
How many people are known to have eaten them?
And how many cats are dead?
We’ve taken a look at the UK’s largest cat sanctuary to find out.
The numbersThere are around 11,000 cats left in England and Wales, according to the UK Cats Protection charity, and there are around 5,000 at Brighton ski resort.
The number of dead cats is even higher at 10,000.
A cat was found dead in a snow bank at Brighton resort in December 2017.
There are currently no records of cats being killed in Britain.
The only recorded cat death was in 2016.
In 2014, a dog was found alive on the slopes of Brighton ski.
The animal was later discovered to be a cat.
It was euthanised.
According to the Shelter’s research, around 80% of the animals found at Brighton and Whiston ski resorts are found dead, or dead in the wild.
In 2015, a cat was reported dead in Whiston, but the UK Cat Protection charity has no record of it being a cat in the park.
The number of cats living in Britain is not the highest in the world, but it’s not the lowest either.
There were over 2,500 cats at the end of 2016 in the United States, according a study by researchers from the University of Michigan.
The UK’s National Library of Science and Technology says there are about 7,000 living cats in Britain, with around 2,000 on UK property.
There have been fewer reported cats in the past two years than there were the previous two years, when there were over 6,000 confirmed deaths.
The shelter, Brighton Ski Resort, said in a statement: “We know that a cat’s life is worth more than a dog’s, so we try to find and care for them when they are in distress, and offer them as much assistance as we can to ensure they do not die.”
It’s our hope that this information will help people to make better decisions and help save cats from further suffering.