Man held for beheading more than 80 cats
The grisly tale came to light last week when a woman spotted the 48-year-old homeless man trying to sell "four, month-old kittens, not yet weaned, in a bad state", the Emirates 247 reported.
She alerted the police who arrested him for cruelty and carrying a weapon.
The following day police, accompanied by the Society for the Protection of Animals (SPA), went to a shuttered petrol station in Rosny-sous-Bois east of Paris where the man was squatting, and uncovered chilling scenes of cruelty.
After seven hours they rescued 57 "sick and under-fed" cats which had been locked in a room, as well as 22 dead felines showing "obvious acts of cruelty" such as decapitation.
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