Part 2: More Half-Cats in Baton Rouge, LA, Continue Long History of Half-Cats

“All that was remaining was the uppermost part (of black cat),
meaning its front paws, shoulders and head. The rest of that cat was gone.”

- Bonnie McDaniel, discovered black cat cut bloodlessly in half
in her neighbor's back yard in East Baton Rouge, LA, August 10, 2017

Shenandoah is an unincorporated area in East Baton Rouge Parish,  Louisiana. The population was 18,399 at the 2010 census. Google map coordinates are: 30°24′5″N 91°0′16″W.
Shenandoah is an unincorporated area in East Baton Rouge Parish,  Louisiana. The population was 18,399 at the 2010 census. Google map coordinates are: 30°24′5″N 91°0′16″W.

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August 15, 2017 Baton Rouge, Louisiana - On August 10, 2017, WBRZ-TV News reported that the East Baton Rouge Animal Control is investigating the discovery of several bloodless cats cut in half. Bonnnie McDaniel, a resident of East Baton Rouge in Shenandoah County, Louisiana, was walking through her neighbor's back yard the second week of August 2017 and discovered the front half of a black cat that laid in the grass dry and bloodless with everything gone on its body except its front paws, shoulders and head.

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