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Outrage online as man is filmed throwing cats at a wall

The RSPCA is investigating after footage appeared online showing a man throwing cats at walls. Photo: BPM.

WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT

Footage has appeared online of a man who filmed himself hurling defenceless cats at walls.

In the first of a series of clips uploaded to social media, the man captures the moment he picks up a pet - holding it at arms length to show the camera.

Moments later he laughs as he throws the cat at a wall, hitting a light shade as it falls to the ground,

In another video, understood to have been filmed outside garages off Guiting Road, in Selly Oak, Birmingham, the man lures over a black and white cat.

This time filmed by another man, the man bends down to stroke the animal. before he can be heard saying “Smash it to the wall, smash it.”

The man then picks up the pet and, again, throws it at the wall of a garage. The shocked animal runs away - hiding beside a nearby car.

In the final clip, thought to have been filmed around nearby St Denis Road, the man pauses to stroke another cat.

This time, the man filming says: “Go on, fling to the air bro.”

The man bends down to stroke a cat - which he then threw at the wall of a garage off Guiting Road, Selly Oak.

He cat is thrown around ten feet into the air and the terrified animal limps away, as the men walk on laughing.

All three incidents were filmed during the day, the final two both in quiet residential areas.

The videos sparked outrage after they were uploaded to social media.

Others called for a police investigation to find the man responsible, the videos have since been removed from social media.

The RSPCA, have pledged to investigate the incidents, a spokeswoman said:

“We have been made aware of these upsetting videos and are now looking to trace the man responsible. Anyone with information which may be useful to any investigation should contact our cruelty line on 0300 1234 999.”

– RSPCA.