Cat owner heard vile thugs order vicious dog to maul kitten to death

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A heartbroken cat owner has told how she heard her "little baby" scream while being mauled to death by a dangerous dog outside the family home.

Lucia Wright, from Paisley, Scotland, had gone into her back garden at around 9.30pm on April 19 to bring little Humphrey back inside before it got dark.

But the 31-year-old was greeted with "the worst sound ever" as two men ordered their dog to attack her 11-month-old kitten.

The panicked owner shouted at the two men, who verbally abused her, before running away and leaving the dog behind.

Humphrey passed away a short time later with his loving owners by his side, while a police investigation into the shocking incident has been launched.

Lucia told the Daily Record: “I could kind of two see men out in the woodland behind our house before the Elderslie golf course.

“I could hear them egging the dog on saying ‘go, go, get him’ and encouraging him to kill. I shouted out ‘that better not be my cat’ but they were verbally abusive to me and told me to ‘shut the f*** up’.

“I was extremely distressed so I ran back inside to get my fiancé Jeff.

“He came out but the two men had run away and left the dog behind because they could obviously see that it had the kitten in its mouth.

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“When my fiancé went out, the dog dropped Humphrey but he died in the house a few minutes later.

“We called the police who came out to look for the men and the dog but they couldn’t find anything.

“About two hours later, the neighbours ended up calling the police because the men had come back looking for the dog.

“They were shouting and screaming ‘where’s my f******* dog’ because they obviously couldn’t find it after they had run away.

“Four patrol cars came back out to look for them.”

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  • No trace of the two thugs or the dog could be found leaving Lucia concerned that another pet or small child could become the next victim.

    Police Scotland confirmed they were made aware of the attack and officers searched the surrounding area to no avail.

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