Police investigate “sickening” attack on cat
Police are investigating a “sickening” attack on a pet cat, which left the animal badly injured.
The incident happened around 12.45am on Sunday in Minto Crescent, Glenrothes.
The owner of a light-grey female Bengal cat called Kameere, heard her pet in distress.
After looking out of her window she saw a man picking her cat up and repeatedly throwing it to the ground.
As a result the animal sustained a fractured skull and may potentially lose an eye.
He is described as white, six-foot tall and with a slim build. Following the incident he ran off towards the Glenwood Shopping Centre.
Sergeant Kirk Donnelly, from Glenrothes Police Station. said, “This is an absolutely sickening and violent attack on a defenceless animal, that has left the cat with very serious injuries.
“We would ask that anyone who witnessed what happened, or who saw any suspicious activity within Minto Crescent during the early hours of Sunday morning, to contact police immediately.”