Cattle, White Buffalo, Mountain Lion and Half Cat Mutilations

- “The cat was cleanly sliced in half with a sharp cutting instrument.
Internal organs, including the heart, were removed. No blood.
The cat's back half was missing and has not been recovered.”

- Sgt. Ray Kress, Nevada Cty. Sheriff, Auburn, CA

- “The Angus bull calf's penis was removed in a nearly
perfect circle 5 inches across without blood anywhere.”

- Angus Breeder in Eastman, Georgia

Four-month-old Angus bull calf discovered on Saturday at noon, April 14, 2012, by owner Windell Gillis, Gillis Angus Farm, in Eastman, Georgia. The young bull's penis had been removed in a 5-inch-diameter, circular excision in which the normal hole into the abdominal cavity was completely covered over by bloodless tissue. Image © 2012 by Windell Gillis.
Four-month-old Angus bull calf discovered on Saturday at noon, April 14, 2012, by owner Windell Gillis, Gillis Angus Farm, in Eastman, Georgia. The young bull's penis had been removed in a 5-inch-diameter, circular excision in which the normal hole into the abdominal cavity was completely covered over by bloodless tissue. Image © 2012 by Windell Gillis.

May 8, 2012   Albuquerque, New Mexico - Since the last week of March 2012, there have been several different types of animal mutilations reported in the United States and England. The following is ordered chronologically from most recent date backward in time.

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