Cape Town – The Animal Welfare Society has cleared a pair of Manenberg canines of guilt after they were impounded two weeks ago on suspicion of being involved in the deadly assaults on two cats in the region. According to the organization, after examining the CCTV footage of the two attacks, it became clear that the dogs were acting on the orders of a person or group of individuals.
| Who is it that is killing Manenberg's cats? Authorities are on the lookout for a "serial cat killer." After thirty cats were found dead or injured in recent weeks in Manenberg, Cape Town, police and the Animal Welfare Society are collaborating to find a'serial cat killer.'
According to & courtesy of a report from IOL.News the reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the Manenburg serial cat killer has been increased to R7000 As an Autopsy report this week confirmed the brutality of the person or persons behind the killings of a staggering 37 animals in total
The Animal Welfare Society of SA is cautioning pet owners to refrain from giving their pets any medication that humans use. It said that pets are being treated on a regular basis after they had been administered paracetamol, aspirin and other painkillers by their owners who appear oblivious to the dangers of attempting to treat animals with medication designed for humans.