A total of 23 gatos were rescued alive from an apartment in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Crespowhere evidence was found that their owner, once they died, subjected them to a chilling treatment: I accumulated them in the freezer and later cooked them.
The procedure, which ended with the woman referred to a hospital for psychiatric problemswas carried out in a building located in Thames at 100 by members of the Environmental Crimes Division, together with the Judicial Investigation Corps (CIJ).
The uniformed officers arrived at the scene after multiple complaints received by residents of the area due to the accumulation of garbage and street cats in the house, police sources indicated.
Upon entering the home, the officers observed that the place was full of accumulated garbage and a significant number of cats of different ages and sizes.
They accuse a young man of killing cats and dogs in Mar del Plata and his father made a desperate request
They attribute the “nauseous smell” to the decomposition of feline carcasses
Most of the cats were in deplorable conditionsand a nauseating odor was perceived whose origin was some dead animal in a state of decomposition.
During the inspection, a plastic container was found inside a freezer that contained contained frozen cat bodies ready to be cooked.
Also a pot with a type of stew with animal remains was verified which was in a state of putrefaction.
They found 2,000 dead cats that were going to be used for human medicines
A picture of paranoid psychosis and psychotic decompensation
As a result of the procedure, managed to rescue 23 cats which by order of the Prosecutor’s Office were transferred to different NGOs (Rescate de Patitas, Protectora Sarmiento, Colitas Rescatadas, Salvando Vidas, Gatitos de Villa del Parque and Adoptions CABA) to be supervised and cared for by specialists, in order to promote their adoption.
Meanwhile, SAME emergency service personnel determined that the inhabitant of the house, a woman in her 50s, suffered a picture of paranoid psychosis and psychotic decompensation.
The woman was referred to the Durand Hospital for the purpose of being examined and recommending treatment to follow, in agreement with the CIJ Psychiatric Office.
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