Updated: Nine Farm Animals Mysteriously Attacked in Waddy, Kentucky – By A Dog?

“All five of them were covered in blood and I started screaming. The skin had been ripped off their faces below their eyes and their tongues and ears were gone.”

- Teresa Parker, owner of 5 female goats attacked in Waddy, Kentucky

 

December 13, 2012, NBC-TV affiliate LEX18.com, Lexington, Kentucky. See Websites below.
December 13, 2012, NBC-TV affiliate LEX18.com, Lexington, Kentucky. See Websites below.
December 13, 2012, The Sentinel-News, Shelbyville and Shelby County, Kentucky.
December 13, 2012, The Sentinel-News, Shelbyville and Shelby County, Kentucky.
Waddy, Kentucky (red marker) is an unincorporated community within Shelby County 41 miles east of Louisville in north central Kentucky.
Waddy, Kentucky (red marker) is an unincorporated community within Shelby County 41 miles east of Louisville in north central Kentucky.

Updated December 24, 2012 / original report December 20, 2012  Waddy, Kentucky - Between the nights of November 28 and December 5, 2012, six goats and three calves were mysteriously attacked on Ditto Road in Waddy, Kentucky, 41 miles east of Louisville. The night of November 28 to 29, two 9-month-old bull calves on the Kevin Cox farm had their faces bloodied and their ears torn. Then on November 30th at 2 pm only about a mile from the Cox farm on Ditto Road, Teresa Parker discovered her five female goats with “their faces ripped off below their eyes, their tongues removed and their ears torn off.” All five goats were in their locked pen attached to a barn. Then on the night of December 3 - 4, the attacker returned to the Kevin Cox farm and attacked his daughter's goat. The ears “were ripped off and part of the face was bleeding.” Then on December 5, at the intersection of Ditto Road and Hickory Ridge Road another calf was attacked and bloodied. The owner requested anonymity.

 

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