I saw another horror story about animal abuse, and how sick it makes me to realize how many certifiable nut jobs there are out there. This big guy finds a tiny white kitten, sits in his truck with it between his legs, while he squeezes its neck with one hand, he pounds its little skull with his other fist. By the time a witness to this gets over to the truck, he’s hit the poor little thing three times in its skull. That poor little kitten had both of her retinas detached and suffered partial brain damage! Now, that helpless little soul is blind in both eyes, and has partial permanent brain damage, for the remainder of her life. Personally, I think that what they should have done, was to do whatever he did to the kitten to him tenfold!
A woman moved out of her apartment, leaving behind a Dobermann puppy. Of course, she left him tied by a leash in the bathroom. There was not a drop of water and not one morsel of food, the puppy died a slow painful death from starvation. All that had been in that poor little guys stomach, were pieces of the bathroom tile that he’d eaten out of desperation! Big deal, she got a slap on the wrist, probation and a fine! Better to have done the same to her as she did to that poor puppy.
This man pulled up in front of a post office, went and opened his trunk, took a baseball bat and began railing on a little chihuahua in his trunk! Of course several passerbys ran over to stop the lunatic, but by the time they did so, the dog had several fractures and bleeding in his brain! Needless to say, the dog died, and again the man was slapped on the wrist for it!
As if these incidents aren’t bad enough, a beautiful dog was left chained outside of his home when the owners moved away, and Michigan winters can be brutal. He was found barely alive, so cold that his temperature didn’t even register, emaciated beyond belief from no food or water. By some miracle of God, he was taken immediately to a vet and was saved. When he was found, he laid in the snow unable to move the slightest bit, and they were sure that he was already dead.
Another in Michigan was left chained up outside of a garage, not a bit of food or water, and he too laid in the snow, only able to move his head (the side of which laid in the snow) to try and brush against the snow enough to get some into his mouth for the slightest bit of fluid to drink! It was pitiful that the poor thing laid there dying with none of the basics, no food, not a drop of water and no shelter to take cover from the falling snow and freezing temperatures.
Another horrifying brutal case where the boyfriend got this woman a retriever puppy, which she put in the backyard on a short chain. He supposedly got into a fight with her, went out and stabbed that poor little love to death! He not only suffered sheer agony but on top of that, his lungs filled with blood from some of the stab wounds, leaving him unable to breathe! That was one case that I would have loved to be in that area for, I’ll tell you, that idiot needs to have the same done to him! Yes, I know that seems violent, but what’s more violent than what he did? There was blood all over the snow and all over the fence, he stabbed that poor little thing something like 30 times!
What has happened to this world? When anyone gets a pet, that pet becomes a member of the family. Do you say, oh Grandma or Daddy, we’re going to move so we have to chain you out there to the tree, and by the way, we aren’t going to give you any food or water either – oh and we should mention that the collar that we put on you about 3 years ago, yeah we aren’t getting you another, we’re going to let it grow into your neck about 1 1/2 inches deep until it get’s so infected that gangrene sets in! Yes, this is a horrible example, but it really isn’t because you wouldn’t do that to family, so why do it to your pet? It’s also important to realize, if anyone would do this to an animal, what are they capable of doing to another human being? Jeffrey Dahmer abused animals, need I say more? Many people seem clueless in that if you cut an animal, it bleeds, they feel pain, they get depressed, they love so unconditionally, they get mad, anxious, scared, they can be as stressed out as we sometimes are. But you know what? They don’t talk bad about us, don’t make trouble for us, they don’t steal from us, don’t hurt us. They simply love us without any conditions, they protect us and in many cases, they truly would give up their lives for us. We mean so much to them. They depend on us for their shelter, food and water and ask so very little in return. We could all learn a great deal of lessons from animals!