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11 July 2020

Sliced without a Fight


Horrific cat mutilations are ramping up in Washington USA. The strangeness about these killings is that they follow similar patterns to other random mutilations with typical clean cuts from a very sharp object. It is yet to be discovered if there was no blood at the scene and no DNA attached to the cats claws, which is typical of mutilations found in the same random manner and states that the animals were killed very quickly and did not have a chance to fight for their life.

A series of cat killings and mutilations has horrified residents and sparked an investigation in the Tri-Cities area of Eastern Washington. The unexplained killings began in late May. Cats that have been cut in half have been left on streets and sidewalks all over Kennnewick.

Officials with the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter say two cats initially were found that had been violently killed by someone with a sharp object. The first cat was found decapitated about 10 days ago on its owner's property in the vicinity of Costco in Kennewick. 

Then, last Wednesday, animal control investigated a cat found cut in half in the area of Vancouver and 37th in Kennewick. It appears the cats were cut with an extremely sharp object as the cuts were clean, officials said. 

Then, in the following days, two more cats were found cat in half. One was near 17th and Kellogg along the canal in Kennewick. The other was in the 1100 block of West Parkhill Drive in Kennewick.

Police say a fifth cat was found mutilated in Kennewick Tuesday morning in an apparent string of cat killings. The cat was found cut in half in the 900 block of N. Kellogg St., according to Lt. Aaron Clem. Four other cats have been killing in a similar manner in the past couple weeks. The sixth mutilated cat was found on June 9 on North Kellogg. 

A seventh mutilated cat was found in the area of 10th and South Reed on Tuesday night.

Animal Control and the Kennewick police are working together to investigate the gruesome killings.

Joel Watson, owner of Just Joel’s Cafe in Kennewick, offered a $1,000 reward out of his own pocket Sunday for information leading to the arrest of a local cat killer. 

Within a couple hours, Watson said he received messages from Kennewick mayor pro-tem and prominent business owner Steve Lee, Horse Heaven Hills Pet Urgent Care and a community member named Jeremiah Griffith — all of whom were interested in adding to the reward.

Together, they’ve raised $3,000 for the name of the person responsible for mutilating four cats in Kennewick in the past couple weeks. 

Here is a list of all the locations where cats have been found: 
  1. 900 South Auburn 
  2. 900 North Kellogg 
  3. 4000 South Anderson 
  4. 1000 North Pittsburgh 
  5. 1100 West Park Hills Drive 
  6. 10th and South Reed 
  7. 17th and South Kellogg 

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