Following stories of Cats being found dead across Greater London, the RSPCA give advice to keeping your cats safe.
Over the past two years, more than 400 cats have turned up dead and decapitated in the London area.
You can read more about the ‘M25 Cat Killer’ in The Suns article here.
We contacted the RSPCA for their views on the matter, they had this to say: “We continue to investigate the deaths of a number of cats across Greater London and are working closely with the Metropolitan Police and other organisations.
“We are always reviewing the evidence and continue to appeal for anyone with any information to contact police on 101 or our appeal line on 0300 123 8018.”
The RSPCA also gave us this advice for any cat owners:
“It’s always a good idea for owners to take steps to ensure their cat’s safety, including:
- Having them micro chipped and keeping details up-to-date;
- Keeping them to a routine to ensure they come home for food at certain points in the day in order to check their welfare;
- Work with neighbours and local cat owners to keep an eye on each others’ pets;
- If you feel it is necessary, keep them inside from dusk until dawn to keep them safe overnight.”
People have taken to twitter to share their disgust at the cat killer:
Oh my god theres a cat killer in London n Kent called the m25 Cat killer and I'm disgusted. My cat's never leaving the house again.
— Festive LuC🎄☃ (@UhhItsL) November 22, 2017
this m25 cat killer is absolutely disgusting!!😡😡😡
— jo (@JosieAldrichh) November 22, 2017
It seems the M25 cat killer has made his presence known in Barnet… Keep your furry companions safe.
— Sera (@HP01_CA9) December 2, 2017