Skinned and Eviscerated Cats Found Atop New York Building

Half a dozen skinned, eviscerated and exsanguinated cats were discovered on June 3, 2004, atop a 2-story brick building at 31-27 Thomson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens, New York.
Half a dozen skinned, eviscerated and exsanguinated cats were discovered on June 3, 2004, atop a 2-story brick building at 31-27 Thomson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens, New York.


June 3, 2004  Manhattan, New York - Yesterday half a dozen skinned cats with blood and organs removed were found by construction workers atop a two-story brick building at 31-27 Thomson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens, New York. The cat remains were taken to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Manhattan. There, Special Agent Joseph Pentangelo examined them, said it was "macabre and horrible," and sent the bodies to the ASPCA hospital. I talked with him this afternoon about results from preliminary tests.

 

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