Cats Drop Game

Cats Drop Game

Were cats parachuted into Malaya by the RAF?

1
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.
2
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…
3
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.
4
Of course ,the feline parachute brigade were very successful but the giraffes kept hitting their heads on the exit door
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