"The two dogs were both, we thought, shot in the head at first, because there was a little bit of blood and there was some kind of round, cylindrical hole in their heads. But there was no exit wounds and when we had the vet do an x-ray on them, there was no bullet."
- Capt. Ray Shoptaw, Garland County Sheriff's Office, Hot Springs, Arkansas
April 21, 2006 Hot Springs, Arkansas - The worldwide animal mutilation mystery that I've investigated since the fall of 1979, is most commonly reported for cattle and horses. But wild animals such as deer and elk have also been found with their rectums cored out and sexual organs removed along with jaw flesh, tongue, eye and ear - with no signs of blood. In fact, several pathology examinations of tissue in mutilated animals have confirmed cauterization with a cutting instrument hot enough to prevent bleeding. In addition to cattle, horses and wild animals, every kind of farm and domestic animal has also been affected, including house pets such as cats and dogs. Those cases are especially terrible because the pet owners are devastated to find a beloved dog or cat dead with its paws cut off, or head cut off, or even skinned.
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