The courts should give the same level of sentencing to those that harm animals as those that harm humans.
Unfortunately there are many more of these psychos out there who love killing animals for fun, they are often seen wearing red jackets and riding horses.
Ex RN? Jesus there are some freaks who get through. I was unfortunate enough to work at the RN Fire Fighting School with Alan Grimson in 99. Google him. Evil bar steward who is apparently out on parole soon.
This guy though, WTAF?
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I haven’t got a cat but they seem to like me, I seem to have plenty of photos on my phone of cats that come and watch me when I’m working.
This one is a stunner.
I think that's the only cat I've ever seen that doesn't have serpent eyes!
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I presume you are a militant vegan who not only eschews meat and dairy but also leather, cosmetics and modern medicine.
I’ve never like the fella, but I didn’t think he’d stoop this low
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'Right on' politically but a bit off piste in this instance.
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I hate cats, think they should be banned.
But when I see a cat, I just see it as an innocent animal - it didn't choose to be an environmentally harmful, murderous pest. Humans made it this way. It is just going about living its life and that should be respected.
This absolute scumbag... even if he has a hatred of cats in principle like I do... must have psychopathic tendencies, and needs to be locked away to protect both cats and other human beings.
Not to mention my neighbour's pet pigeon that was ripped to pieces last year by an out of control domestic animal. I will not identify the species for fear of spoiling anyone's illusions.Its a good opportunity to remind people of what is a national disgrace but also not truly out of context given the pet cat that was ripped to pieces a couple of months ago by out of control foxhounds.
Not to mention my neighbour's pet pigeon that was ripped to pieces last year by an out of control domestic animal. I will not identify the species for fear of spoiling anyone's illusions.
Your average cat has no objection in principle to the ripping to pieces of live animals. It probably does have an objection in practice to being on the receiving end.