Source Pravda.Ru

Woman Caught Tossing Cat into Garbage Can Receives Death Threats in Britain

A woman in Britain has received death threats after she was caught on tape tossing a cat into a garbage can. The owners of the cat captured the incident on their security camera and posted it online in hopes that someone would identify the culprit.

In the video, a woman is stroking the small cat. Then she calmly grabs Lola the cat by the scruff of the neck, tosses her into the can and closes the lid, ABC News reports.

Mary Bale enraged animal lovers around the world after she was caught on CCTV grabbing four-year-old rescue cat Lola by the scruff of the neck and tossing her in a bin.

The 45-year-old was offered police protection after her actions prompted angry online campaigns - including one called "catch the evil b**** who put the cat in the bin", Sky News informs.

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