This sheet has two newspaper articles that I have left gaps in. Before I give the sheets to the students, I either show them a video of the incident and pause it before the woman puts the cat in the bin, or I show a picture of the woman and cat in the empty street. I ask the students to guess what happened next and then show them the video / explain what happened.
The first exercise is a gap fill for prepositions - some of them are standard uses of 'in', 'into' etc, others are more complicated. The second exercise requires the students to guess which sentence goes in the gap and choose the correct relative pronoun. Afterwards we discuss the treatment of animals in their country or listen to the podcast on the same subject from www.listen-to-english.com.