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Tilehurst cat found with head and tail removed

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A PET cat has been found in Tilehurst with its head and tail removed.

Thames Valley Police have appealed for information after Ozzy’s remains were found on Westwood Road on Tuesday morning (October 21), after the cat left its home the night before.

A vet determined the injuries to the cat were caused by a person and not the result of being hit by a car, or attacked by an animal.

The cat’s head and tail were removed between 10pm on Monday (20/10) and 8am on Tuesday (21/10) and have not been located.

Investigating officer Pc Christopher Stapleton said: “The fact that someone could ...

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