Spot the flaw in Belgium's new public health strategy.
Belgium's Federal Public Health Ministry has announced a cunning new plan to improve public health. They are going to sterilise all the cats. They plan to have "most cats" sterilised by 2016, according to the newspaper "Flanders today", (which rather sensibly is printed in English).
They will start with cats in shelters, and then roll the plan out. This is where, in true Belgian fashion, they introduce a major flaw into the strategy.
Cat breeders are going to have to sterilise their cats.
I guess this means that after 2016, cats breeders will have to retrain, and Belgium will become a net importer of kittens.
On the other hand, if the cats are sterile, then the breeders won't have to do much work - which is just the way that Belgians like it!