The gendarmerie discovered around sixty dead cats frozen and buried in the Loire on Friday May 27. A chilling discovery after the occupants were evicted.
This case is certainly a misinterpretation of the adage: “Woman and cat, in the house ; man and dog, out of the house”. Indeed, in the Loire, the police discovered about sixty dead cats. Some were frozen and others had been buried. This discovery comes after the occupants of the house were evicted from a house in Bellegarde-en-Forez on May 27.
“Thirty-two cats including six adultscarefully wrapped in cloth swaddles, were discovered mixed with glazed popsicles and breaded fish fillets in the freezer left behind by the couple of tenants”reports Progress. The remains of 30 small cats were also discovered wrapped in cloth and buried in the earth from numerous flowerpots.
The tenants suffered from psychological problems
According to the media, these former tenants suffered from psychological problems. Moreover, they will be heard by the gendarmerie. In all cases, a necropsy was conducted on the dead animals as part of the preliminary investigation. Investigation which was entrusted to the gendarmerie of Montbrison.
Without real surprise, retaliation quickly arose. Indeed, following this discovery, a complaint for animal abuse has been filed by an animal protection association. In addition to the corpses discovered, the couple would have lived in deplorable hygienic conditions. This along with two dogs and about thirty cats alive.
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