Kevin Warboys, the lawyer of Staughton, said that his client was obsessed with children's television and was also suffering from attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Although he said that it was not a 'logical explanation' of his client's action.
The cat was severely traumatized after the incident. Celia Chignell, the presiding magistrate at the Huntingdon court told BBC, “We see this as a form of torture which is reinforced by the vet's report.”
Chris Nice, RSPCA inspector said that such a cruel person should be banned from keeping pets for lifetime, and that is exactly what has happened, reported AFP.
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