Woman eaten by her 20 giant Maine Coon cats after collapsing at home – Reuters

A woman collapsed and died at her home in Russia and was found weeks later after her 20 pedigree cats survived by eating parts of her body until police found them.

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Pedigree cats ate their breeder after she collapsed at home

A woman was eaten by her 20 pedigree cats after collapsing at home before police discovered the horror.

The cat breeder had been dead for at least two weeks before she was finally found, half-eaten by her beloved giant Maine Coon cats.

Police found his partially eaten body surrounded by cats in Bataysk, Russia.

Her gruesome end was only discovered after an employee contacted the police after she was unable to get in touch with her.

Maine Coon cats are generally known for their passive nature and are referred to as “gentle giants”.

But, faced with weeks without food or water, this group of moggies went to great lengths to survive.







Some of the 20 Maine Coon cats
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Some of the healthier cats were then sold to new owners for around £30.

It is unclear if the new owners were informed of their new animal’s penchant for human flesh.

According to a rescue group believed to be involved in their rescue, a number of cats were found in unhealthy condition and they were trying to raise funds to care for them.







One of twenty Maine Coons who survived two weeks by eating their owner’s body
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An animal rescue expert who cared for some of the surviving cats said: “The cats were left alone for two weeks, there was no food, so what else to eat?

“It’s understandable, isn’t it?” They ate what was there.

This woman is far from the first to meet such a gruesome end and become food for her own pets.







One of twenty cats that survived by munching on its owner’s corpse
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Just last year Clara Ines Tobon in Madrid was found dead by police and her cats allegedly ate the top half of her body.

Neighbors raised the alarm because of the smell and the number of flies.

Last year, a pensioner who reportedly died of coronavirus was also found partially eaten by her cats.

Police found the body after neighbors raised the alarm about the strong smell coming from an apartment in Madrid, Spain.







While Maine Coon cats are generally known for their passive nature and referred to as “gentle giants”, when faced with weeks without food or water, these twenty have gone to great lengths to survive.
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Reports say the upper part of the woman’s body had been bitten off by seven of her pets – five of whom were also found dead.

The deceased woman was named Clara Ines Tobon, 79, from Colombia.

A policeman reportedly described the scene, in the Fuencarral district, as his worst professional experience.

Firefighters broke into the apartment on Monday and found the body in a room during a search.

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