Appeal to trace dogs after cat is attacked and injured
- Credit: Archant
The owners of two dogs have been found after a cat was attacked and injured in Bury St Edmunds.
Suffolk police released an appeal after the dogs, believed to be a doberman and a brown whippet, were reported to have chased and attacked a cat in the Scarlin Road area of town on Wednesday, December 2.
The cat required treatment from a vet following the attack, Suffolk police said.
Any dogs allowed to be dangerously out of control in a public place is an offence under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
A spokesperson for Suffolk Constabulary said: “Police appealing for help to locate the owners of two dogs in Bury St Edmunds have now located the owner.
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“It follows a report of two loose dogs in the Scarlin Road area on Wednesday 2 December.
“The owner came forward earlier today, Friday, December 4 and the matter is resolved.”
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