Updated: Half Cat Mutilations Persist in San Antonio, Texas.an Antonio, Texas

“It looked like the (front half of) cat had been 'cut with a hatchet'
and very little blood was found.”

- KSAT 12-TV, San Antonio

Red circle on north side of San Antonio marks the Huebner Road and Loop 1604 site where one of the half cats was found on Monday, October 15, 2007.
Red circle on north side of San Antonio marks the Huebner Road and Loop 1604 site where one of the half cats was found on Monday, October 15, 2007.

Update on October 17, 2007   San Antonio, Texas - KENS 5 Eyewitness News reported yesterday that three more cats have been found mutilated. One was found on Thursday, October 11, off Encino River near U. S. 281. Two more were found on Monday, October 15, at two different sites: near Interstate 10 and Wurzbach Road; and Huebner Road and Loop 1604. One of these cats was a 5-month-old kitten named Dylan that had been rescued by Ashley Fuller. She found one-half of him on Monday.

If anyone has further information about the series of half-cat mutilations that have periodically erupted in San Antonio since 2005, please contact Animal Care Services:

Phone: (210) 207-6650
Fax: (210) 737-6995

210 Tuleta Drive
San Antonio, TX 78212-3177
( Brackenridge Park , across the street from the San Antonio Zoo)

October 12, 2007  San Antonio, Texas -  KSAT 12 (ABC-TV) reported today that "a cat was found mutilated in half Thursday night (October 11, 2007) on the city's far North Side. A resident in the 2800 block of Encino River found the front half of a cat lying in the back yard of her home." A neighbor, Tracey Green, said it looked like the cat had been "cut with a hatchet" in two and very little blood was found. It's thought that the cat belonged to one of the nearby homeowners, but no owner has been confirmed to date. However, police were called to investigate.

 

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