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Children 'scared to leave the house' after cats killed in front of their eyes as they return home from shopping

A mum says her children have been left 'traumatised' after their family pets were killed right in front of their eyes in a vicious attack. Mum-of-five Paisleysaid her kids are now 'scared to leave the house' after witnessing their beloved cats get mauled to death by two dogs.

The mum had just returned home from a shopping trip when the brutal attack unfolded in their family home, whilst four of her kids were inside. A pair of loose Rottweilers charged into the house just as they were unpacking their weekly shop on Wednesday, August 30.

'Blood-curdling' screams then rang out of the home as the family saw the dogs pin both their cats, Dave and Oreo, down in the kitchen before mauling them to death. Paisley said the dog attack has left her children having 'constant nightmares' and she fears what could have happened if they attacked a child instead.

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Disturbing Ring doorbell footage shared with BirminghamLive, which is too distressing to publish, shows the pair of dogs run into the house from the street and charge into the family home as Paisley is unpacking the car.

Just moments before, tame ginger cat Dave had come to greet the family at the door after they returned home. Reliving the scene, the devastated mum told BirminghamLive: “I had just got back from Asda, my cat Dave was on the drive. I went to let Dave in and my eldest, he’s 12 and he’s got autism, so I went to let him in with Dave and left the door open as you do.

"I went back to get my youngest three out and the shopping and that's when the Rottweilers ran into the house." Paisley said the dogs