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Ms Rising believes the most recent cat deaths could hold the key to catching the killer.
"What is really clear from the timeline over Christmas is that he was in south London and then started travelling again," she said.
South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty (Snarl) says up to 400 cats and other small animals have been slaughtered across the country, and believes the same culprit – also dubbed the M25 killer by some – could be responsible.
But co-founder Boudicca Rising warned pet owners not to be assume their animals were safe because of the arrest. Her comments come following a string of reported attacks over the festive period in south London, north London, Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, and Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
Many of the so-called Croydon cat killer's suspected victims were also mutilated and displayed in public.
However, the co-founder of an animal rescue group which has been cataloguing hundreds of cat deaths across the UK and has been helping the police investigation said she did not think that the person arrested was behind the killings.
The 31-year-old was held after five cats were found butchered to death in the town between August and November last year.
Northamptonshire Police said the suspect, who was arrested in connection to arson attacks and cat killings in the Duston and Kingsley Park areas, has since been released under investigation.
One thanked him for being gentle when he raped her".
"We have always thought he is a south London resident.