Two cats killed in Kamloops
Jun 12, 2012 / 2:28 pm
The killing of two cats in Kamloops, B.C., is disturbingly similar to a series of cat mutilations in the Metro Vancouver region.
Kamloops Crimestoppers Co-ordinator Mark Price says the two mutilated cats were found in the city earlier this month.
He says in both cases the cats had a small wounds in their heads, possibly from a pellet gun, and were cut in half with what seems to be a surgical tool.
Price is appealing to anyone with information to call Crimestoppers because he says the person responsible is clearly in need of help.
There have been 24 similar cases of cats being killed, cut up and discarded in Maple Ridge and Langley over the past year.
The RCMP and SPCA are investigating.
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