The Animal Welfare Society of SA is offering a substantial reward for any information that could possibly lead to the arrest and conviction of the Manenberg cat serial killer, who’s responsible for the brutal slaying of 21 cats over the past few weeks.
The Animal Welfare Society is sad to report that despite their best efforts and exhaustive media coverage, the senseless killing spree has escalated in number and intensity.
Between Tuesday, July 27 and Wednesday, July 28, another four cats have been found disembowelled. This has to come to an end! No progress has been made so far, and the investigation is still underway.
“This is unacceptable and represents a contravention of National Instruction 3 of 2011. This dereliction of duty has been reported to the Western Cape Provincial Minister of Community Safety Albert Fritz who will be swift to act,” says the Animal Welfare Society of SA.
“We will ramp up our efforts and leave no stones unturned in our pursuit of those responsible and are hopeful that our reward will incentivise someone to come forward.”
Please call 021 692 2626 or 082 601 1761 or email: [email protected]