The RSPCA is warning pet owners in a Nottinghamshire village to be vigilant after a series of suspicious cat deaths. Over the last month three cats in Bilsthorpe have died after ingesting anti-freeze.
Several others have also gone missing. Some pet owners believe the cats are being deliberately poisoned, and want those responsible caught.
Cat owner Emma Davenport's two cats were killed after being poisoned with anti-freeze.
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