After the eviction of the occupants of the Bellegarde-en-Forez house (Loire), about sixty cats were found frozen and buried by their owners, according to the Gendarmerie.
Thirty-two cats, six of them adults, were carefully wrapped in cloth nappies. They were found mixed with iced popsicles, breaded fish fillets, and other frozen treats left behind by the tenant couple.
Thirty other small felines were also found wrapped in fabric and buried in the soil of many flower pots around this house in Forez.
The bones included a skull of a cat, which was found in a flowerpot. He then discovered many more.
As part of the preliminary investigation that was entrusted to the Montbrison Gendarmerie by the Saint-Etienne prosecutor, a necropsy of dead animals was performed. It concluded that the tenants with psychological problems did not commit any acts of cruelty. The police will hear them.
An association for the protection and welfare of animals filed a complaint against the couple for animal abuse. They lived in terrible hygienic conditions with two dogs and thirty cats until they were forced to move. home.