Bonnyrigg dog attack kills pet cat
A Danderhall nurse has described a sickening dog attack that left her pet cat dying and her forearm covered in puncture wounds.
Bonnyrigg resident Krys Thomson (60), a medical nurse at Danderhall Medical Practice, was in the rear garden of her Chester’s View home when the drama unfolded.
Taking rubbish to a recycling bin, her attention was drawn to a low, moaning noise and movement behind a slatted fence. Her garden backs on to the popular Penicuik to Bonnyrigg Railway Walk.
On closer investigation, she realised, much to her horror, that a Whippet-type dog was mauling her two-and-a-half year-old cat Ollie.
She explained: “When I tried to pick him up the dog sank its teeth into my arm, leaving deep puncture marks. There was blood spurting everywhere, it was awful.
Read full story in the March 14 edition of the Midlothian Advertiser.
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