A Cathedral tomcat has been accused of attacking local dogs in Wells.
There have been three incidents to date where the tomcat has been accused of attacking dogs in Somerset.
Louis the 17-year-old cat lives in Wells Cathedral and has been described by Cathedral staff as caught up in a case of mistaken identity. They say he has not misbehaved in the past and there are similar looking cats that roam the area.
However dog-owners are not convinced. Mandie Stone-Outten, a Wells local, described how Louis 'turned into a cat about four times the size and he was waving his arms around.'
Another woman, Zoe Heath said her brother's dog was attacked by a ginger cat and 'almost lost an eye'.
Louis has become so famous he even has a book about himself 'Louis the Cathedral Cat' and a range of merchandise. The search is ongoing for the ginger cat that attacks dogs.
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