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The Animal Welfare Society of South Africa are on the hunt for a Manenberg cat killer who is believe to be behind the mutilation of at least seven other cats in Dwyka Street alone. These horrific acts sadly doesn’t stop there, because the killer then leaves the butchered felines on their owners’ properties.
According to the Animal Welfare Society, this “evil individual” brutally cuts the cats in two before throwing them into the residents’ yards.
They also strongly suspect that the cat killer “bashed another cats face in with a brick,” as News24 reports.
It appears as though the owner of the cat who was mercilessly beaten with a brick knows the identity of the perpetrator, but she is reportedly too afraid to step forward in fear of retribution while hesitant to see the feline killer prosecuted.
“It is shameful that anyone would want to protect such evil… By choosing to do nothing they are allowing evil to triumph and buying this serial killer time to continue with his sadistic killing spree with impunity,” the Animal Welfare Society says.
They further mentioned that, if “push comes to shove”, they will subpoena her to reveal the identity of the person and/or charge her for obstruction.
This feline killer represents a real danger to society and must be stopped before his actions escalate and further lives are lost.
In the words of Edmund Burke, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”.
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