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Pictured: Undated custody picture of Frank Lyn Lewis <br />
Re: A teenager who stole cats from an animal sanctuary to use as "live bait" for his dogs has been sent to a young offenders institute for 30 months.<br />
Frank Lewis, 18, slit one of the cat's legs to slow it down while he used the pets in a hunting game with his dogs.<br />
Lewis, of Croeserw, near Port Talbot, admitted burglary and killing the cats.<br />
Judge Paul Hopkins told Swansea Crown Court his acts added with his "extreme right-wing views on race and sexuality" meant he was "dangerous".<br />
The court heard the teenager broke into the purpose-built cat sanctuary late at night - and stole a cage with ten cats nursed back to health by volunteers.<br />
"Lewis essentially used the cats for sport," said Georgina Buckley, prosecuting.
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Pictured: Undated custody picture of Frank Lyn Lewis
Re: A teenager who stole cats from an animal sanctuary to use as "live bait" for his dogs has been sent to a young offenders institute for 30 months.
Frank Lewis, 18, slit one of the cat's legs to slow it down while he used the pets in a hunting game with his dogs.
Lewis, of Croeserw, near Port Talbot, admitted burglary and killing the cats.
Judge Paul Hopkins told Swansea Crown Court his acts added with...
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