SICK thugs strangle cat and shove charger down its throat
SICK thugs strangled a cat and shoved a mobile phone charger down its throat.
RSPCA inspectors are appealing for information after the cat’s body was found in a walkway at Beacon Hill Newark.
The Bengal cat was found on January 11 with the car charger wrapped around his neck.
It had been dumped inside a plastic bag which was then inside a blue carrier bag.
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RSPCA inspector Ian Callingham who is investigating the incident said: “This is just an awful case of animal cruelty and it is sickening to think of how much a painful death this cat would have died.
“It is very bizarre and it is strange that someone would then just dump the body in a busy area.”
The cat’s body was taken to a vet for a post-mortem, which showed the most likely cause of death was by strangulation.
He had bruising on his neck and blood was found in his lungs.
There was also bruising inside the cat’s mouth and his teeth had been broken as a result of the socket being shoved inside.
The owner of the cat has been traced and informed of the cat's death.
Anyone with any information should contact the RSPCA inspector appeal line on 0300 123 8018 immediately.