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$10,000 private citizen reward for the arrest of the Heights/Timbergrove/Lazybrook/Oak Forest cat killer

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I'm going to laugh if the person who catches the Heights cat killer is the serial pooper. He might see something in the middle of the night...

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In Timbergrove we may have a serial puker going around a puking on people's property. Same person different end?

Eventually all of these idiots will be caught, and I think the reward may be just the thing to get someone to come forward.

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I thought they realized a lot of the supposed heights cat killer cases were actually other animals killing them? 

 

There have been a number of cats that have been killed by a pack of dogs.  One pack was recently captured by residents.  Some may have also been killed by birds of prey (owls/hawks).  But there are definitely some that were killed by a person.  The head of a cat was mounted on a stake in front of one residence.  Remains were placed in areas that were not accessible to dogs and had evidence of being cut up with knives.  There is definitely a cat killer out there. 

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There have been a number of cats that have been killed by a pack of dogs. One pack was recently captured by residents. Some may have also been killed by birds of prey (owls/hawks). But there are definitely some that were killed by a person. The head of a cat was mounted on a stake in front of one residence. Remains were placed in areas that were not accessible to dogs and had evidence of being cut up with knives. There is definitely a cat killer out there.

s3mh is correct. This is a case that we in Texas would label as "A turtle on a fence post". (aka, someone put him up there) Birds, dogs, and coyotes maul, rather than ritualistically dissect their prey. I also started out as a skeptic, but the repeatable patterns have led me to believe the intent is not to serve as a meal for a hungry animal.

Granted the owners should take more personal responsibility in not letting their animals roam free, but to do this is madness.

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