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Cats killed and injured in Brighton: 2 cats dead and another 5 injured after being stabbed — 6 Comments

  1. I hope e ntitlement is defective. I’m trying to comment on the run by the train and time I childhood on the box it tyne a different artifice

  2. So aside from inane arguments that cats have a right to roam what’s going to convince these guardians that they need to protect their animals and keep them at home and inside when not supervised. As sickened as I am by the person attacking the cats I don’t have much better to say about these bawling owners that are letting their helpless house pets wander.

    • Different country, different culture. We used to have a country that was more accommodating for domestic cats. In the last 30 years the tone of these isles has changed. The country has changed, become angrier, more intolerant of all life. Cats are an easy target. The know how of keeping cats enclosed is gradually spreading. But it is slow.

      I expect horses get slashed in your country too, as sadly they often are, wherever equids are domesticated. Are all those who keep equines outside who are tragically mutilated to be so harshly labelled?

      • There are friendly horses who are shot during the night. No one knows why. The owners go out to check on their horse and it’s dead.

  3. The killings investigated by SNARL, were proven by forensic examination NOT to have been carried out by foxes. Nor were the bodies and parts found the result of foxes scavenging on rotting cat corpses. The killings which have taken place over large areas of the UK, have been systematic and deliberate. The pattern of dismemberment, organ removal & placement has been calculated to cause maximum distress to the cat’s guardians. Wildlife has also been targeted, as have domestic rabbits kept in outdoor hutches

    The Met police shut down Operation Takahe (dedicated to solving the case of the UK Animal Killer) due to funding issues and the involvement of a misinformed old scientist, whose security of tenure, seems to depend on him shutting down any police operation devoted to the pursuit of cat killers. This irrelevant old cat hater, has history on this. His opinion on the UK Animal killer appears to be based on old footage of one fox carrying a badly decomposed cat head down an urban street.

    The misreporting and misinformation published about the UK Animal Killer has been extensive.

    Thankfully, despite closure of Operation Takahe, SNARL continue to investigate the killings working with professional organisations.

    Please keep your cats and rabbits inside at night. This killer is still active across the UK.

    Report suspicious activity and bodies of mutilated cats to SNARL.

    Contact details for SNARL & reporting instructions can be found on SNARL’s Facebook & Twitter pages.


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