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Vet posts sick pic of cat she killed with a bow and arrow

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Tiger the cat. (Handout photo)

Tiger the cat. (Handout photo)

A Texas veterinarian has been banned from practising for a year after a twisted video emerged of her killing a tomcat with a bow and arrow.

What’s worse? She then she posted a photo of her vile deed on Facebook triumphantly holding the dead tabby aloft.

She wrote: “My first bow kill, lol. The only good feral tomcat is one with an arrow through it’s head!”

But the animal wasn’t a wild cat -- it was her neighbour’s beloved pet, Tiger, who had vanished.

She added: “Vet of the year award ... Gladly accepted.”

Texas animal welfare officials were bombarded with a whopping 27,000 emails about the vet’s conduct. And it triggered a Facebook page called Justice For Tiger.

The Texas Veterinary Medical Association slammed Lindsey.

“We are saddened and disturbed by the unfortunate actions of this individual, and we remind Texas residents that this conduct is not reflective of the veterinary profession or of the veterinarians who strive to embody the words of the veterinarian’s oath every day,” a statement said.

“Upon learning of the troubling misconduct, the Brenham clinic where the veterinarian was practising immediately condemned her actions and terminated her employment.”