by: Care2 Team
recipient: Thames Valley Police
97,276 SUPPORTERS – 100,000 GOAL
When 45-year-old Anna from Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, started putting posters of her missing cat Kiki around town, she thought that some kind soul would find her and give her a call.
Instead, she received a Snapchat. The video started off promising enough, a close-up of one of her posters of her missing Kiki, but then everything went terribly wrong.
The poster was pulled away from the lens and there, in plain sight, she could see a group of disgusting thugs beating her cat to death with a baseball bat.
Imagine receiving a video like this? Imagine how much pain and sorrow Anna must have felt and to know that her cat had suffered so much at the hands of these cruel people.
Despite the fact that both Kiki and the brutalized cat are both long haired black cats, Anna, says she can’t be sure that the cat in the video is her beloved kitten. What she — and all of use — are sure about is that these sick people should be caught, charged, convicted and thrown in jail.
There is no excuse for this type of treatment and people who enjoy abusing animals also pose a danger to humans.
Tell Thames Valley Police that these men must be caught. Sign and tell them that you support their search for the cat killers.
Photo Credit: Gilles Douaire