We’ve just got home. Here is a quick update:
We went to Birmingham today to exhume Betsy’s body. We would like to thank her owner who showed such bravery and composure today during what must have been a traumatic and upsetting experience.
We would also like to thank the religious order on whose property she was buried for letting us in and allowing the exhumation.
Betsy’s body will be going for forensic examination tomorrow and once we have that report we will know for sure whether she is a victim of the same person who has killed the other cats.
However having now seen her body we would be very surprised if this is not the case.
We would also like to thank the lady from Catford who called us about the cats head in her garden.
The cat’s body was discovered in a garden near his home, decapitated at the weekend. The owner has requested that we don’t examine the poor babe’s body, which we totally understand and we will be taking the cat’s head to him tomorrow so he can bury it with the body. Without forensic analysis or seeing the body it’s hard to tell whether this is linked or not but enquiries continue. Thanks to the call however we will at least be able to provide the owner with a small comfort at losing his much loved cat in such a horrible way.
A post will follow about a body found in east Dulwich on Monday morning.
Today’s journeys took place across four counties and seven different motorways and we are exhausted. We will catch up on messages and posts over the course of tomorrow.
Thank you for your continued support, care and love shown on this page, especially to the owners who have lost their cats in such an awful way. It is appreciated by us beyond measure xx