Cats

Appeal after cat shot in Enfield

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RSPCA

The RSPCA is appealing for information after four cats belonging to one owner have been injured over the last six months.

In the latest incident on 4 August, one cat, Pepper, died after being shot with an air gun in the Enfield area of EN3 Ponders End.

A spokesperson for the RSPCA said: “We are saddened that poor Pepper died as a result of being shot with an air gun. Our officer has visited her owner who told us that she has sadly experienced a spate of cruelty incidents against her four cats over the last six months.

“Other suspicious incidents have included one of her poor cat's Dora (mum) suffered a double fracture to their leg and was treated at an RSPCA hospital, another kitten Oreo who had a burn on their tongue caused by a caustic substance and another kitten Galaxy found with a wound to their neck."

Any witnesses are urged to come forward.