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If humans have it tough in high-rise Hong Kong, spare a thought for their pet cats, who suffer multipile injuries if they fall from the window ledge or balcony of a flat.
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Tom Eves

Tom Eves

Tom Eves joined the Post in 2012 as a sub-editor for the Classified Post, before taking on the role of editor for three years. He joined the culture and lifestyle desk in 2017. He has lived in Hong Kong since 2007 after spending three years in Beijing.