Used for voodoo???

SilkieCluck

Hatching
5 Years
Apr 13, 2014
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Hello, I was out of town for 2 days but my husband was home he informed me today that one of my chickens was dead, it was a black silkie hen, when I got home I saw her head near her coop and her intestines complete with her crop next to her head, I just don't understand what happened to my poor hen. At first we thought it was a animal but after looking around I determined it couldn't have been a animal because even though the body was no were to be found, there was no blood ANYWHERE!! not one drop!! not even on the head or intestines, her coop had feathers like if she was running around and the coop door is kinda off now it seems to lean more on one side.

I just think this is off, no blood??? I know there would be blood if a animal "bit" the head off right? but the head was clean cut and the intestines looks perfect no damage like it was put there on purpose and being black might have made her a good target for rituals? I do have 3 other chickens nothing happened to them all light colors. Has this happened to anyone else or am I just thinking too hard??someone told me looks like a coon but again no blood anywhere? I did put in a report with the sheriff dept. he informed
me he was not aware of any voodoo or satanic rituals around our neighborhood but come on would they really know??
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Twinkkitten

Chirping
5 Years
Jan 27, 2014
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Tucson, AZ
There is a stray cat who regularly kills doves when they drink from my fishpond. He has it down. Sneaks up on them. He bites their heads off and leaves them on my porch. I never see blood. I think they are killed so quickly they do not pump out blood. I feed this cat everyday so I know he only kills birds for sport. I doubt it was anything to with the occult. And I am sorry about your bird.
 

Judy

Crowing
Premium Feather Member
10 Years
Feb 5, 2009
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South Georgia
I've lost chickens to some animal who ate only the head -- a raccoon, maybe -- and it also doesn't surprise me that you didn't see any blood. You would be surprised how small of a hole some critters, like mink, fisher cat, even coon need to get in.
 

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