WARNING: Fears grow of a serial cat killer in Ireland following HORRIFYING incident

8th Nov 17 | News

Fears that a serial cat killer could be operating in Ireland are growing after a family found their beloved pet decapitated near their home.

Found yesterday morning at 11am, the cat, named Mylo, was discovered just a few hours after leaving the family home in Portadown, Co Armagh.

More than 260 cats have been reported missing in Ireland this year – and as very few remains belonging to the missing cats have been discovered on roads, concerns are growing that an Irish cat killer could be on the loose.

Pet Connection in Newry revealed on Facebook that Mylo had been found brutally beheaded.

They wrote:

“This was not a result of a car accident, and believed not to be an attack by another animal, but of a malicious killer who has severely impacted on a family’s life for no reason.

Mylo’s little body was found by her heartbroken family. She had only left the house a few hours before she was discovered, on a busy path, in broad daylight at 11am.

I believe this shows the level of evil we are dealing with… illegal, immoral and absolutely disgusting.

Whoever did this had no qualms about destroying a life, to the point that they did so where they could so easily have been caught.”

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