Part 1: Unusual Animal Deaths from Half Cats to Mutilated Cows

Left:  28-year-old cow discovered by Weston, Colorado, rancher Mike Duran on March 8, 2009, with her udder removed in a circle, vaginal tissue excised and left front leg likely broken  as if cow dropped to ground from some height. Image © 2009 by Tom Murphy, Trinidad Times Independent. Right:  1-week-old male calf discovered by Hoehne, Colorado, rancher Tom Miller on March 17, 2009, with both ears removed as if exposed to heat, all its internal organs  removed and hips broken as if dropped to ground from some height. Image  © 2009 by Chuck Zukowski, MUFON Field Investigator.
Left: 28-year-old cow discovered by Weston, Colorado, rancher Mike Duran on March 8, 2009, with her udder removed in a circle, vaginal tissue excised and left front leg likely broken as if cow dropped to ground from some height. Image © 2009 by Tom Murphy, Trinidad Times Independent. Right: 1-week-old male calf discovered by Hoehne, Colorado, rancher Tom Miller on March 17, 2009, with both ears removed as if exposed to heat, all its internal organs removed and hips broken as if dropped to ground from some height. Image © 2009 by Chuck Zukowski, MUFON Field Investigator.

March 20, 2009  Corpus Cristi, Texas and Weston, Colorado:

Corpus Cristi, Texas:  Half Cat Mutilation

On March 18, 2009, Corpus Cristi police investigated a cat found cut in half near the city’s Club Estates Elementary School on the south side of Corpus Christi. The cat was cut cleanly through its middle with a smooth incision. Its organs had been removed and were not at the scene. 31 cat mutilations have been reported to Corpus Christi police since April 2008. Twelve of those 31 cats have been found in the same general area on the south side of the city. Police have no suspects and have not made any arrests. Anyone with information, please call Corpus Christi CrimeStoppers at: 361-888-8477.

 

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