20 Pet Cats Eat Owner’s Corpse in Russia
A dead woman’s corpse has been eaten up by her 20 pet cats in Russia.
The remains of the woman were discovered by the police two weeks after she had died.
It was understood that the cats survived for two weeks by eating the remains of their owner.
A woman’s corpse has been eaten up by her 20 pet cats after she died in her home in Russia.
The deceased whose name wasn’t disclosed was said to be a cat breeder who had 20 large Maine Coon cats of her own.
The Manie Coon is a large domesticated cat breed that originated in the US state of Maine. This breed of cat is very muscular and social.
The remains of the woman were discovered by the police two weeks later in the Russian city of Bataysk after receiving a phone call from the woman’s concerned co-worker.
According to reports, it was claimed that the cats were able to survive for two weeks by feeding on the remains of their owner.
An animal rescue expert who cared for the woman’s cats after her death has this to say about the cats. “The cats were left alone on their own for two weeks, there was no food, so what else to eat?”
Some of the healthier cats now have new owners but it is still uncertain if their new owners are aware of what happened.
This will not be the first time a cat owner will die in such an awful manner.
A Hampshire woman was once found half-eaten by her cats after her dead body remained undiscovered for two months.
Janet Veal’s corpse was also found in her kitchen, two months after she died, along with several dead and alive cats and dogs.