Natalie Linton told 6PR that she was forced to put her cat down on Friday after it was fatally mauled by a dog.
Ms Linton said more than 30 people in the Ballajura area had also shared stories of two rogue dogs attacking their cats.
Ballajura resident Marley Nugent posted on the Ballajura Community Watch Facebook page that she had put her cat down this morning after it was mauled overnight.
A SPATE of fatal attacks on cats in Perth’s northern suburbs has prompted an investigation by the City of Swan.
Search warrants were executed at two properties in Ballajura and Stratton on Friday following a series of dog attacks in the area.
City of Swan chief executive officer Mike Foley said three dogs had been seized from the properties pending further investigation into the attacks.
“Our cat was just attacked within the passed (sic) hour and a half. We heard the attack, we rushed outside to find two dogs having hold of him,” she wrote.
“We rushed him off to the vet, there where medical bills of above $9,000. The vet herself said the most human thing would be to let him go. He had a very large gash on his abdomen. This exposed his stomach, the vet said he’s (sic) stomach could possibly be punctured or damaged.”
A spokeswoman for the City of Swan said a further update on the attacks would be issued later on Tuesday.