Cats die from antifreeze poisoning in Louth - but was it a deliberate act?
At least three cats have died or become critically ill after claims they were poisoned by antifreeze in the Charles Street area of Louth – and there are fears that it could be a deliberate act.
Resident Jenny Dunbar contacted the Leader to say that her neighbour’s cat had died, and that another neighbour’s cat was seriously ill.
Jenny believes the cats could have been poisoned by antifreeze over the weekend of October 8-9, near the Charles Street Recreation Ground.
Twenty-four hours after Jenny came forward, another Charles Street resident – Jo Sheldon – told the Leader that her cat had... read more
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