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PETITION TARGET: Thurston County Sheriff’s Office

UPDATE (6/21/2022): We sent our petition, signed by more than 21,000 people, to the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office to push for a thorough investigation for this case. Unfortunately we were not able to obtain any additional information on this sad situation. We will keep doing all we can for animals everywhere. —Lady Freethinker Staff


In a sickening case of animal torture, a beloved family cat named Olly was strangled and sliced open, her spine savagely ripped out.

After brutalizing the innocent cat, Olly’s killer left her mutilated body on a neighbor’s front lawn, on display for all to see.

Evidence shows that Olly fought desperately for her life, using her claws to try and flee from her attacker. But there was no escape.

Olly is the sixth cat to be murdered and maimed in the same way in Thurston County, Washington since February this year. This serial cat killer performs the same “ritual” each time, slicing the animals open, removing their spines and leaving the bodies to be found in a public place.

In one earlier killing, a cherished family pet named Kellie was cut in half and left in a playground. And since the story of Olly’s death was reported last week, a seventh cat has been found in the same area, killed in the same vicious way and left on a front lawn.

Sign this petition calling for justice for Olly and the other murdered cats – urge the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office to pour all of their resources into finding this serial cat murderer and prevent the torture and death of any more animals at their hands.

Pasado’s Safe Haven and Q13 News Anchor David Rose have contributed to a $3,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest in this gruesome case. Anyone with information should contact Thurston County Animal Services at 360-352-2510.