Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Cattle mutiliation reported in Canada

A Canadian newspaper, the Lloydminster Meridian Booster, reports that Ray Riguidel, a 68 year old farmer, lost a 10-year old cow early in June:
The udder was gone, one eye and ear had been removed and the sex organs were torn away. The remaining 50 or so cattle in the pasture had congregated as far away from the corpse as possible. There were no tire tracks or footprints. There was no sign of a struggle. Perhaps most bizarre, however, was a glaring lack of blood despite the numerous and carefully crafted incisions into the carcass.
Also of interest:
Riguidel said he plans to leave the rotting corpse in his pasture to see if any birds or animals will start feeding on the carcass. But since Friday, nothing other than some interested neighbours and a few flies have even come close.


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