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On good Friday morning at 8am our beloved cat was mauled to death in her own garden by two large dogs, one white one blue there coat is either short and curly or if they had been clipped and about a height of an Airedale. Some irresponsible dog owner had allowed these dogs to either get out, or allow them to just run off. This is in the Crookes area of Sheffield. We are trying to trace these dogs .

 

Our cat died so petrified, both these dogs at the same time were mauling her, even when we got to her we were having to shoo them away from her as they were trying to re-attack her. She was lying there barely alive with blood coming from her mouth and died about 5 minutes after getting her in to the house, The vets think that they had broken her back.

 

Now they have the taste of blood they could kill someone else's animal or even a small child. They are not afraid of humans.

 

No one should have to suffer the horror and devastation that we are going through now. If anyone in this area knows who owns these dogs could you please put it on the forum site

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On good Friday morning at 8am our beloved cat was mauled to death in her own garden by two large dogs, one white one blue there coat is either short and curly or if they had been clipped and about a height of an Airedale. Some irresponsible dog owner had allowed these dogs to either get out, or allow them to just run off. This is in the Crookes area of Sheffield. We are trying to trace these dogs .

 

Our cat died so petrified, both these dogs at the same time were mauling her, even when we got to her we were having to shoo them away from her as they were trying to re-attack her. She was lying there barely alive with blood coming from her mouth and died about 5 minutes after getting her in to the house, The vets think that they had broken her back.

 

Now they have the taste of blood they could kill someone else's animal or even a small child. They are not afraid of humans.

 

 

 

No one should have to suffer the horror and devastation that we are going through now. If anyone in this area knows who owns these dogs could you please put it on the forum site

Its important that these dogs are identified and seized as the poster says a child could be next there is far too much of this sort of thing going on nationwide.

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How did the dogs enter your property? No gates or fences?

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How did the dogs enter your property? No gates or fences?

 

it's not the op's fault that these "animals"were running free,it's down to the dog's owners to ensure they don't get onto someone else's property,not the other way round.

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it's not the op's fault that these "animals"were running free,it's down to the dog's owners to ensure they don't get onto someone else's property,not the other way round.

 

He didn't say it was the cat owners fault, he asked how the dogs got in and if they had gates or fences. Simple question.

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it's not the op's fault that these "animals"were running free,it's down to the dog's owners to ensure they don't get onto someone else's property,not the other way round.

 

Just back down a moment.

 

sheffandy asked a simple question, without any mention of blame whatsoever.

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That must have been so upsetting for you to witness plus the fact of a lost loved pet, hope you find the dogs soon before they do anymore harm to something or someone else

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On good Friday morning at 8am our beloved cat was mauled to death in her own garden by two large dogs, one white one blue there coat is either short and curly or if they had been clipped and about a height of an Airedale. Some irresponsible dog owner had allowed these dogs to either get out, or allow them to just run off. This is in the Crookes area of Sheffield. We are trying to trace these dogs .

 

Our cat died so petrified, both these dogs at the same time were mauling her, even when we got to her we were having to shoo them away from her as they were trying to re-attack her. She was lying there barely alive with blood coming from her mouth and died about 5 minutes after getting her in to the house, The vets think that they had broken her back.

 

Now they have the taste of blood they could kill someone else's animal or even a small child. They are not afraid of humans.

 

No one should have to suffer the horror and devastation that we are going through now. If anyone in this area knows who owns these dogs could you please put it on the forum site

 

What did you do while this was happening?

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What did you do while this was happening?

 

when we got to her we were having to shoo them away from her as they were trying to re-attack her

 

Not sure why you're asking?

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What did you do while this was happening?

 

What's your point speedy?

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Stephanie,

really sorry to hear this.

 

Granma.

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Just back down a moment.

 

sheffandy asked a simple question, without any mention of blame whatsoever.

 

That depends on the design of the houses. Looking out from tinfoil towers I can see one front garden with a wall on the entire street. Several have very easy access to the back garden down the side of the house. I suspect the rest of the estate is much the same.

 

Is it something I should do?

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