Llanelli mum left 'a wreck' over dead cat horror
A LLANELLI mum who had a decapitated cat put through her letterbox has slammed police — claiming she has not been taken seriously.
Kristie Carrington said she had been a "wreck" since the horrific incident two weeks ago — feeling scared in her own home and suffering panic attacks.
Ms Carrington — who lives on Als Street with partner Darius and her two children Madison, 2, and DJ, 11 months — said officers warned her the incident was "very serious" and told her she should get CCTV.
But since the incident, she said she had not even had a phone call from police about the investigation.
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The 38-year-old said: "When the first officer came here, he told us 'I advise you to get CCTV, we are going to be coming back and checking on you because of how serious this is'.
"When he said it was very serious I was like 'oh my God'. I was panicking.
"But they haven't been since. Not even a phone call.
"I'm absolutely disgusted. It's just not on."
Ms Carrington said since the ordeal she did not feel safe in the house. She said: "I try to be out of the house as much as possible.
"If I have had to go to the supermarket after dark I was having panic attacks.
"I kept thinking people were following me. The bushes were rustling. I couldn't breathe.
"It's horrible. I'm a wreck.
"I feel like they are not taking me seriously.
"Even if they phoned and said they are still looking into it but haven't got anything — but it's been nothing at all."
A police spokeswoman said inquiries were ongoing.
Anyone with information about the incident can call them on 101.