RESIDENTS in Sotogrande are furious after 30 cats were apparently exterminated by poisoning.
The group of expats are particularly angry after they had been paying to have dozens of the area’s stray cats neutered at the cost of €50 each.
They believe the exclusive enclave’s rat population is now likely to soar after San Roque town hall brought in a pest control company to kill the stray cats.
Valerie Schulz, 56, said: “It has been horrifying. The cat population has dropped to less than half in just a few days. It is just so sad and so unnecessary.”
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