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Various 'Decapitated Cats' Have Reportedly Been Found In Montreal's West Island Recently

A citizen said they "fear someone may be murdering cats."
Various 'Decapitated Cats' Have Reportedly Been Found In Montreal's West Island Recently

A citizen by the name Robin Glance recently posted on the "LOST and FOUND pets of the WEST ISLAND" Facebook group letting other locals know that they have found "decapitated cats" in the Montreal's West Island for "three weeks in a row."

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Glance said they have found the headless cats in the same place each time, and added, "I fear someone may be murdering cats."

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"Public security was informed each time but today I called the police who have opened a case. At first I thought it could be an accident/ wild animals, but the way the heads were removed, I feel it's unlikely."

The resident said they're "deeply shaken up" by the matter. They concluded their post saying, "Please keep a close eye on your cats. Found by a cement pipe by the water on Lakeshore near Bowling Green in Pointe-Claire."

CTV News reportedly went to visit the area with Glance and found a "fifth cat" while there.

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