Vancouver - Throughout North
America, pet cats have been found sliced clean in half, and to date no
one knows why. The latest are in the Vancouver area.
Between June and September, as
many as three cats in South Surrey and White Rock, five in Langley, and
one in West Vancouver have been found cut in half.
Sgt Peter Thiessen, spokesman
for RCMP “E” division reported that the cats have been surgically cut
and very little blood was present.“ It appears the cats have been
cleanly cut in half surgically.”
Cat mutilations are similar to
those of cattle, in that there is little blood present, and internal
organs have been removed. These strange mutilations have been reported
globally for at least a decade, including the UK and Australia. In
Denver, a case examined by Dr John Altshuler revealed the cat slicing
was done in the matter of a cautery, but with no carbon residue found.
Hematologist and pathologist,
John Altshuler, M. D., in Denver, Colorado Dr. Altshuler confirmed that
the excision had been made with high heat, cauterizing and preventing
Cow mutilations still continue
to this day with no answers. In the last year, in Flowery Branch,
Georgia, cattle farmers John and Kathy Cooper, have lost 20 cow and
bulls in strange incidents.
Graphic photos can be found here.
There are those who believe
this mystery may have an extraterrestrial connection. Whether it is
true or not, one woman has made it her life’s mission to interview and
document unsolved mysteries since 1979. Her name is Linda Moulton Howe.
Contact her for any further incidents of this half cat phenomenon.
L. M. Howe claims that US Army
Lt. Col. Philip J. Corso who worked for military intelligence, told her
that he “had seen with his own eyes, during his work for the Eisenhower
and Kennedy Administrations, highly classified documents about unusual
and bloodless animal deaths around the world dated as early as 1951."
Corso claimed the “perpetrators of the worldwide animal deaths are
extraterrestrial biological entities.”
This information can be found in his 1997 book, The Day After Roswell, published eight months before he died.
reporter, Grant Lawrence puts it: Like the other mutilations, it will
linger in our minds as to what is going on. But we will pretend it is
not real because we have no answers.