The animals are being tested to determine their cause of death, however the SPCA of Westchester believes the animals may have been poisoned.
SPCA investigators and Yonkers police are going from door to door, hoping to determine the source of the poison.
The SPCA of Westchester is warning pet owners and parents with children to be cautious.
If you have any information on who is targeting and killing feral cats in Westchester, contact the SCPA’s animal cruelty hotline at (914) 941-7797.
Note: Photo above is of Spice, a young female domestic cat who survived Hurricane Sandy, and is now ready for a good home. Spice is available at the SPCA of Westchester, Briarcliff Manor, New York. Contact them at 914-941-2896 extension 22 if interested in adopting Spice.
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