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City woman shocked to find dead cats dumped inside her compound in Imara Daima Estate
Residents of Imara Daima Estate are still in shock following recent bizarre happenings in the middle class estate located in Embakasi South, Nairobi County.
According to one residents, a neighbour has been throwing dead kittens into her compound at night and she does not understand why.
"Whoever is throwing dead cats into my compound, kindly stop," reads part of her message shared in the estate WhatsApp group.
"That's creepy. Why would anyone do that? Whoever is doing that please stop," reacted one concerned
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So far, the suspect is still at large although there are speculations that the dead cats could be from the neighbouring Mukuru slums.
“They are not from kijiji but within, I could hear them fall from the roof," the aggrieved neighbour clarified, adding that it was the second time the incident happened. This time two dead cats were thrown into her compound but the first time, she found one dead cat.
"We found one on Friday. Last night these two cats were thrown at exactly 10pm. whoever you are. Be warned. I will get you!" she said.
Though there are no suspects yet or any suspicious characters spotted by guards inside the well-lit court, the bizarre happening has left many neighbours shocked with some threatening to vacate the estate.
"This is weirdly bizarre. Corona then dead cats from the skies? I'm going to have to terminate my lease," said a member of the court.
Officials of the estate have remained mum on the subject only urging residents to be their brother’s keeper and respect private space.
Even more bizarre is that while, it rained dead cats in the estate, estate dogs didn't even bark.