More Half-Cat Mutilations in Vancouver, B. C. Region

“In many of these incidents the cats have been severed
almost perfectly in half with a sharp object.”

- Marcie Moriarty, Provincial SPCA Cruelty Investigations, March 23, 2012

X-ray of back half of mutilated cat examined by veterinarian Cherie Good, D. V. M., in August 2003, found in Bothel, Washington, south of Vancouver, B. C., Canada. The half-cat phenomenon in the Vancouver region has been reported since at least the early 1990s. See Archive:  091203 Earthfiles.
X-ray of back half of mutilated cat examined by veterinarian Cherie Good, D. V. M., in August 2003, found in Bothel, Washington, south of Vancouver, B. C., Canada. The half-cat phenomenon in the Vancouver region has been reported since at least the early 1990s. See Archive:  091203 Earthfiles.

 

March 24, 2012  Vancouver, B. C., Canada - Seven months ago the SPCA in Maple Ridge, B. C., Canada, east of Vancouver, reported between July 15 and September 15, 2011, that four cats were found dead and bloodlessly mutilated - including a cat's head removed. Other half cats had been found as early as June 2011, in this related ongoing round of cat attacks in the Vancouver region. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) also confirms that at least seven cats had been found cut in half in White Rock, Surrey and Langley in October 2010. See map below in this report and the Earthfiles Archive:  102810 Earthfiles.

 

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