Cats Drop Game

Cats Drop Game

Were cats parachuted into Malaya by the RAF?

Yes, during the Malayan Emergency in the 1950s, the Royal Air Force (RAF) did use cats as part of a campaign to control the spread of disease-carrying rats in the region. The cats were parachuted into the area to help address the rat infestation, which was a significant problem at the time. This unusual method of pest control was part of a broader effort to improve public health and sanitation in the region.
Operation Cat Drop is the name given to the delivery, by the United Kingdom's Royal Air Force, of cats to a remote village in Sarawak, Borneo. The cats were delivered in crates, dropped by parachute, as part of a broader program of supplying cats to combat a plague of rats. So that would be a yes…
It’s not true. They were not parachuted, believe me. We flew over Sarawak in the monsoon season and it was raining cats and dogs. We just got the blame.
Of course ,the feline parachute brigade were very successful but the giraffes kept hitting their heads on the exit door

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