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By Padraig Collins For Daily Mail Australia and NCA NewsWire

04:34 16 Mar 2023, upgraded 04:34 16 Mar 2023

  • Family traumatised after Brandy apparently tortured and killed
  • Two kids apparently killed the cat and disposed of it in a pond

The family of a killed cat are so traumatised by what took place to their cherished family pet they can’t go to the park where ‘Brandy’ was apparently tortured and killed by 2 young kids.

Police declare 2 kids, aged 12 and 14, took the cat from a home in Glenwood, in Sydney’s west, at about 4.30pm on March 8.

Brandy was brought into a neighboring park prior to apparently being tortured and killed.

Chilling monitoring video footage revealed a mask-wearing boy diminishing a street with 17-year-old Brandy prior to she was later on discovered dead in a neighboring pond.

A petition, established by Kitten Rescue Australia, said the ‘park now brings with it the traumatic memory for the caring family of Brandy’.

Ginger cat Brandy was 17 was understood by Glenwood residents as ‘the unusual cat’ that is understood for choosing strolls in the extremely exact same park where she was apparently killed

The petition, which intends to collect 5,000 signatures to publicise the case, already had almost 3,500 on Thursday afternoon.

Both kids are because of deal with the Children’s Court on April 4 and were charged with whipping and triggering death to an animal and getting rid of a killed or taken animal.

On the day Brandy passed away, her sad owners inspected their security video footage after she didn’t come home.

Emily Bidart, 28, was simply 11 when Brandy ended up being a vital part of her family.

She informed 7News everybody in the location understood Brandy as ‘the unusual cat’ that opted for strolls in the park throughout the roadway.

‘I watch out my bed room window at mum’s house which’s precisely where she was (apparently) killed,’ Ms Bidart said.

Ms Bidart said she drove to her moms and dads home in Glenwood and sensed something was incorrect when she heard Brandy was missing out on, so she inspected the security electronic cameras.

CCTV video footage revealed that simply minutes after Ms Bidart’s mom left your house for an appointment, 2 kids started looking for Brandy under cars and trucks and in the garden.

Footage revealed 2 kids running away with an area cat. It is declared they then tortured and killed Brandy prior to discarding her in a pond

One boy was then seen running and apparently stating: ‘You wanna go cat?’.

About 25 minutes later on, a boy in a hoodie and face mask apparently nabbed the family cat from the front garden.

Ms Bidart said when she saw what took place next she needed to avert.

‘As quickly as I saw the (declared) very first blow to my cat I needed to avert,’ she said.

The 2 kids have actually given that been charged with animal ruthlessness after private investigators from Riverstone Police Area Command apprehended them at a Glenwood home at about 5pm on Monday.

Kitten Rescue Australia required more powerful sentences for supposed animal abusers.

Another member of Brandy’s family, Davina Bidart, composed on the petition page that ‘she was my lovely family fur infant’.

Another composed ‘So sorry to the family of this cat, I hope justice is served for your little friend’.

A regional homeowner said they were ‘mortified this took place in our residential area. We require justice for Brandy and her family’.

The kids were charged with torturing, beating and triggering death to an animal and getting rid of a killed or taken animal

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