Deputies in Weston investigating after a number of cats discovered minimize in half

WESTON, Fla. – Residents of a Weston neighborhood are asking for assist monitoring down a cat killer.

Neighbors are discovering cats which were minimize in half, and now authorities are getting concerned.

Resident Gabe Martinez mentioned at first, he simply thought there had been a horrible gator assault in his yard, however after speaking with neighbors and deputies, he realized one thing didn’t add up.

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“Due to the fact that there’s other cases that are similar to this one, and why would a gator or multiple gators in different areas of Weston just eat half of the animal,” Martinez mentioned.

The group is correct subsequent to the Everglades, so wildlife is current nearly in all places, however deputies felt issues appeared off.

In keeping with an official report obtained by Native 10 Information, “The cat appeared to be cut clean through the middle. The cut is not consistent with that of animal bites/ attacks and appeared to be intentional.”

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Residents informed deputies on scene that “there have been five recent incidents in nature within nearby Savanna, another community in Weston,” the report acknowledged.

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BSO additionally confirmed two comparable instances have been reported.

“The detectives said that there was no blood or anything, so that made him think it was foul play,” mentioned Martinez. “It was pretty cruel. A little animal. My dog always played with him over here.”

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Martinez mentioned it was his neighbor’s cat, Misu.

These neighbors sharing images with Native 10 Information of happier occasions with Miso. They’re additionally wanting for solutions on what occurred.

BSO is trying into these instances and asking anybody with data to contact them or Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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