Severed cat head found in Fairfield

A severed cat head was found in the back yard of a Steiner Street residence Saturday, July 14, at 2:10 p.m.

“It does not appear it was done by another animal,” Sgt. Susan Lussier said Monday, July 16.

The discovery comes days after the second of two severed cat heads was found in Oxford. The Valley Independent Sentinel reported July 9 that a feline head had been found on Rolling Hills Road in Oxford, some seven to eight months after a similar discovery on Moose Hill Road in that town.

Authorities are not certain if the cases are related.

In both Oxford cases, according to The Valley Independent Sentinel, and in the Fairfield case, according to Lussier, the heads were cleanly cut from the bodies.

The head was found on an artificial turf putting green behind the Steiner Road house, she added.

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