(The News Tribune) It didn’t take long before the police showed up with bad news. Harley had been found mutilated on a neighbor’s lawn, they told her – making the semi-feral 20-year-old tabby’s death the seventh in a string of killings in recent months that officials in Thurston County, Washington, believe is the work of a serial cat killer.
In each incident, Erika Johnson, an animal cruelty services investigator for the county, told Q13, the cat has been cut open with a scalpel and had its spine removed. Then its body has been prominently displayed in a public place for people to find.
I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/wmWanr5f5A SERIAL CAT KILLER STRIKES AGAIN IN WESTERN WASHINGTON!
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