Police: Dead cats found in Fairfield could be work of coyotes

Police believe coyotes may be to blame for the dead cats that have shown up in Fairfield.A cat head and the body of a mangled

Police believe coyotes may be to blame for the dead cats that have shown up in Fairfield.A cat head and the body of a mangled kitten were found on Steiner Street only one day apart. Resident Mark Pires says that he found the detached cat head on a putting green when he came outside to play a game of golf. The mutilated kitten was found in a yard across the street the next day....

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