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This petition is to highlight and change the fact that animal on animal attack is not classed as serious enough by the Police to prosecute irresponsible animal owners. At the moment they can only be fined. My lovely cat, Daisy (11 Years old) was viciously attacked on our doorstep (private property) TOTALLY unprovoked by two dogs (not on leads) on the Monyhull Hall estate, KINGS NORTON, B30 on 9/6/2020 at around 2.05pm. The woman walking the dogs (3 in total) refused to give her details after the attack and walked off saying that she had no money so I couldn't sue her and she didn't care. Daisy was critical in ICU for 6 days then her condition worsened. We had to make the heartbreaking decision to have her put to sleep. I have since posted this attack on various social media platforms to try to locate this woman, to get justice and in doing so it has come to light that this isn't the first time that her dogs have attacked and one other cat that I know of has been killed (attack witnessed) and smaller dogs chased, mothers moving their children away from the dogs and cyclists have had their ankles nipped at. The owners response is always total contempt and not interested in leashing or muzzling her animals. She was fined £200!! THATS IT!! Do we have to wait until these attacks turn on a child ? Lets make a difference, PLEASE SIGN!! Thank you.
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