Wednesday 6 July 2022 08:21 PM West End actress Olivia Holland-Rose fights for law change to force drivers who ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 08:21 PM West End actress Olivia Holland-Rose fights for law change to force drivers who ... trends now
Wednesday 6 July 2022 08:21 PM West End actress Olivia Holland-Rose fights for law change to force drivers who ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 08:21 PM West End actress Olivia Holland-Rose fights for law change to force drivers who ... trends now

Justice for CATS! West End actress Olivia Holland-Rose fights for law change to force drivers who hit cats to report it to police - just like they are legally obliged to with dogs - after her beloved moggy D’Artagnan was run down and handed back to her in a Sainsbury’s carrier Olivia Holland-Rose in the Phantom Of The Opera was given her cat at Christmas  D’Artagnan was run over and killed but the driver got away as neighbours saw  The West End actress is calling for the law to change so drivers must report hits Over 70,000 people signed the petition that needs 100,000 more by August 

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An actress, whose cat was run over and killed, has started a petition to change the law so that drivers have to report hitting cats with their cars.

People have to stop if they kill a dog and other animals - but not cats.

Olivia Holland-Rose, who is appearing in the Phantom Of The Opera in the West End, was given D’Artagnan, a Somali British Longhair Cross for Christmas by her husband Chris, 34. They re-homed the nine-month-old from a high-rise and he loved being an outdoor cat.

Olivia said that she loved the cat ¿like a baby¿ and was devastated when he was killed

Olivia said that she loved the cat ‘like a baby’ and was devastated when he was killed

Olivia and Chris were having a lie-in on a Saturday morning when their neighbours texted them that there was a problem

Olivia and Chris were having a lie-in on a Saturday morning when their neighbours texted them that there was a problem

Olivia said D’Artagnan was ‘a source of comfort’ during the lockdown and said he was well-known in her neighbourhood. D’Artagnan was fed scraps by friends and neighbours and became a ‘little character’ in the community.

But one Saturday morning Olivia received a text from her neighbours. D’Artagnan had been run over and the driver

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