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A twisted Nazi-supporting mum has been jailed after keeping her young “Mowgli” daughter in horrifying conditions.
The six-year-old child was rescued by police officers from a house in Taldom, north of Moscow in Russia, back in March.
She had been “eating cat food” and was living in horrifying conditions, with rubbish and faeces scattered around the property.
She was crawling on all fours, surrounded by 19 cats, and thought her name was “Kitty Kitty”.
The mum Yurate-Alprika Raine, 35, has since been convicted of “torture of a minor” by a Russian court.
She left her daughter alone in a windowless room where she arranged for a male pensioner, Alexander, 66, to bring her food, when he fed the cats.
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She survived mainly on cat food.
The mother lived elsewhere in a smart flat with her elder daughter, 12.
She told a TV show: “I admit I paid more attention to my eldest child.
“I raised my youngest daughter until there was a change in her character, when she was three.”
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The mum said she was “confused” and shut Datse away with cats, with the man bringing food.
Raine came once every five or seven days to clear up the mess.
The girl had never been to a doctor, school or seen by social services.
Raine, who formerly worked as an escort and was pictured as a Hitler-saluting neo-Nazi, was deprived of her rights to raise both daughters.
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She was jailed for three years.
NTV reported when she was found “the emaciated girl looks three years old, younger than her actual age of six.
“The man in the house is allegedly her godfather.
“The child was moving on all fours, lived with cats, was eating cat food, and responded to cat calls.”
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Vladimir Putin’s children’s ombudswoman Anna Kuznetsova said the sight of the neglected child was “hard on the heart”.
Officers discovered the house after spotting a “suspicious man” on duty in Taldom.
Police spokeswoman Tatiana Petrova said at the time: "Officers of the patrol police service in Taldom city district, while on duty, noticed a suspicious man.
"After having seen the police, he tried to hide from them and entered a house located in Saltykov-Shchedrin Street.
"Police entered the house, in which they discovered a man born in 1955, a woman born in 1986, and her young daughter, born in 2015.
"The child had no clothes and was in an emaciated state.”
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