Man sues Sainsbury’s for banning his assistance cat from its store | ITV News

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A man with autism who uses an assistance cat to help him manage in busy environments is suing Sainsbury’s after it banned the pet from one of its London shops.

Ian Fenn, 51, was made to leave Sainsbury’s in Clapham in March, after supermarket workers spotted his cat Chloe on his shoulder while he was shopping.

Sainsbury’s says that while assistance dogs are allowed inside its stores, cats present more of a risk.

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