© 1976 by Roberta Donovan and Keith Wolverton
Case of the Missing Calf
Evidence gained in investigating a number of mutilations, including the Shetland pony, seemed to indicate that the animals were tranquilized or anesthetized (but not killed) before they were mutilated. A veterinarian's theory that the drug Ketaset could have been used for this purpose greatly interested investigating officers.
Deputies Experiment With Cattle Tranquilizer
The lawmen decided to perform an experiment to observe the effects of Ketaset on a calf. A Teton County rancher, who was interested in seeing the mutilations solved, offered to donate a crippled steer calf for the experiment. A veterinarian conducted the experiment with lawmen from both Teton and Cascade Counties observing.
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