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Police warn cat owners following recent attacks

By wbchris  |  Posted: July 24, 2014

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Police have issued a warning following the death of two cats in Camborne last week.

The cats both died between Friday July 18 and Saturday July 19 in Trelowarren Street and Camborne Police have urged cat owners to be vigilant.

Following veterinary examinations it was confirmed that both of the cats were found to have traces of anti-freeze in their bodies.

The police have confirmed that it is quite likely that this was a deliberate act and although they have no leads at this time, they advise the cat owning public to be vigilant and if a cat shows signs of being poorly for no apparent reason then veterinary advice should be sought as soon as possible.

Anybody with any information about this case should call 101 or crime stoppers on 0800 555 111.

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  • Mennaye  |  July 24 2014, 4:13PM

    These thugs should have Anti-freeze pored down their throats , See how they like it? They will get let of with a small fine at worse if the police catch who ever did it?

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