Pet owners and animal detectives believe the Croydon Cat Killer is back after another moggy was slain and mutilated – as an MP calls for the investigation to be reopened.
Katherine Hughes, a 25-year-old student beautician from Catford, was devastated when pet Theo went missing – only for his headless body to be dumped nearby.
The animal group who led the original pet killing investigation – SNARL – is looking into the slaying which they believe is the work of the so-called Croydon Cat Killer.
It comes after a London MP called for the investigation into the alleged pet hater – also known as the M25 Cat Killer – to be reopened.
Devastated Katherine said: “I’d be able to manage if he had died in a normal way, but this is really disturbing.
“Tony (from SNARL) said the head and tail are usually brought back a week or so later.
“I’m constantly looking for them.
“I can’t put him to rest until I’ve found all his body.
“I don’t think I’ll ever come to terms with this.
“Please keep your cats in at night and be extra vigilant -…