Urge the South London Police to Take Urgent Action to Stop a Cat Killer

  • by: Georgina B.
  • recipient: Andy Tarrant, Chief Superintendent - Croydon Police station

The owners of cats are on high alert after a spate of gruesome cat killings in South London, according to a report in The Guardian.

Five dismembered cats have been found in the Croydon area alone.

Animal rescue activists have been critical at the lack of police action. Activists have alleged that though the police have been notified little action has been taken to find those responsible.

Alarmingly, cat attacks have been reported in South London on previous occasions. In 2008 it was reported that four pets had been killed in separate incidents.

The cats of South London need to be protected. Will you join me in urging the South London police to take urgent action to stop this cat killer and that any suspects that are proven guilty after the appropriate judicial processes are prosecuted to the full extent of the law?

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Dear Chief Superintendant Tarrant,


I am writing to you to present a list of almost 30,000 signatures in support of a petition for the police to act on a cat killer operating in South London.


The owners of cats are on high alert after a spate of gruesome cat killings, five dismembered cats have been found in the Croydon area alone.


Alarmingly, cat attacks have been reported in South London on previous occasions. In 2008 it was reported that four pets had been killed in separate incidents.


I urge you to take action to stop this cat killer and that any suspects that are proven guilty after the appropriate judicial processes are prosecuted to the full extent of the law.


Kind regards,


Georgina

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