Posted: Thu 5th Aug 2021

Updated: Thu 5th Aug

RSPCA appeal after cat’s head found at Rhyl nature reserve in ‘very disturbing’ incident

North Wales news and information

The RSPCA has urged people to be cautious after a cat’s head was found at a nature reserve in Rhyl.

In what it described as a “very disturbing” incident, the charity said the animal’s head was spotted at the Brickfield Pond.

The cat’s owner is said to have been left “disturbed and devastated” by the grim discovery.

Posting on Facebook, the RSPCA Clwyd and Colwyn branch said: “We have had a very disturbing notification, so please be aware this post shares a difficult subject.

“Sadly a cat’s head has been found at the Brickfield Pond, the owner has been and collected.

“We don’t have any details of how this has happened.

“Please be mindful a) when you are walking around there b) if you live near by and have cats that go outside in that area.

“The owner has been requested to report on 03001234999 as no-one knows exactly what’s happened.

“Sending our deepest sympathy to the owners.”

Main image: “Brickfields Pond, Rhyl” by Eirian Evans is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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