Part 2: History of Half-Cat Mutilations

“Some of the cats were cut in half with what some say is almost surgical precision, others disemboweled or skinned.”

- The New York Times, August 13, 1989

 

Above: Mutilated male cat was found first week of August 2003, in Bothell Washington. Veterinarian Cherie Good, D.V.M., placed cat remains to show width of cat's cut out middle section. Below is an x-ray of the same cat showing the dark space in the back half that indicates all internal organs were removed. Photograph and x-ray © 2003 by Cherie Good, D.V.M.
Above: Mutilated male cat was found first week of August 2003, in Bothell Washington. Veterinarian Cherie Good, D.V.M., placed cat remains to show width of cat's cut out middle section. Below is an x-ray of the same cat showing the dark space in the back half that indicates all internal organs were removed. Photograph and x-ray © 2003 by Cherie Good, D.V.M.

 

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October 12, 2010  Albuquerque, New Mexico - The following is an overview of the many half-cat mutilations I have reported about at Earthfiles.

In 1978 in St. Catharines near Toronto, Canada, authorities were frustrated by more than 100 missing cats and dogs and many others found in their owners' yards cut in half, skinned, decapitated, disemboweled, or paws removed, without blood at the site.

Ten years later on August 13, 1989, The New York Times reported about 67 cats found mutilated in Tustin, California - a suburb of Los Angeles near Santa Ana. The NYT wrote:

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