Half Cat in Waco, Texas, and Kangaroo Mutilations in New South Wales, Australia

"...The fact that the mutilation of these kangaroos has happened in a national park, land set aside specifically to act as a haven for native animals, is beyond comprehension.”

- NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

 

   Half-cat photographed by Plano, Texas Police Officer for Incident Report No. 91-44994, August 31, 1991.  
Half-cat photographed by Plano, Texas Police Officer for Incident Report No. 91-44994, August 31, 1991.

June 23, 2007  Albuquerque, New Mexico - Texas has had repeating cycles of cat and other animal mutilations for at least sixteen years. In Plano, Texas, an affluent suburb north of Dallas, in 1991 and 1993, police received dozens of reports about cats found cut in half, usually with the front half near the owner’s yard or sidewalk. Plano police also had missing reports on more than 80 domestic house cats that wore collars and identification tags, but were never found. Police investigated satanic cult activities, but could not find any evidence that connected them to the mutilated and missing cats and other animals such as dogs.

 

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