2 Dec, 2014 @ 10:27
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Estepona cat killer avoids prison

AN 81-year-old man who killed two cats and threw them in a street bin in Estepona will be able to work with animals in eight months.

The pensioner, identified by the courts as F.O.P, threw the cats onto the floor before hiding the corpses in a street bin on August 12.

The man has been suspended from working or trading in any industry related to animals for eight months and was given a two month suspended prison sentence.

A neighbour reported him to the police and judge Jesus Torres handed out the sentence yesterday.


Rob Horgan

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