Manenberg's serial cat killer strikes again, as cat's severed head found on resident's property

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AWS collecting dead cats in Manenberg from residents.
AWS collecting dead cats in Manenberg from residents.
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Manenberg's serial cat killer struck again, leaving residents of the Cape Flats suburb traumatised and angry.

When Mureeda Cozyn, 33, woke up on Wednesday morning, she discovered the severed head of a cat on her property.

"It was very traumatising. I have three cats of my own and to see this dead cat on my property didn't sit well with me," Cozyn told News24.

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