Friday, November 05, 2010

Dumping Kittens


To the slack jawed, knuckle dragging, mouth breathing rat bastard who though it was a good option to dump your kitten out in the country... you suck. A responsible person would have set aside some money to have your cat fixed rather than spending it on alcohol, tobacco and fire arms, and lets not forget the gas guzzling piece of crap you are driving.

The black kitten you dropped off out here has been living in a swamp and it has been crying for it's mother for the last two days. I can't get close to it because it now distrusts people because of the shitty way you obviously treated it. I give it another day before it is eaten by a raccoon or a weasel, or even dashes out into traffic to end it's own misery.

If any readers know anyone that was trying to get rid of a eight week old black kitten recently, please let them know that they are a big ass hole.

12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fekkin' bastards. All of 'em

5:05 AM  
Blogger darev2005 said...

Scum bags. I'd like to dump them off somewhere and see how they get along. I know a few places....

6:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If there is one kitten, there were probably more. There is special place in hell for this person.

7:46 AM  
Blogger mark said...

We haven't had pets for more than a decade, so I may be unqualified to say this, but it seems to me that jerks and morons are over-represented in the ranks of pet-owners. Maybe they just command more of my attention.

8:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scum, scum, scum. Do you have alive trap you can try and capture it with?

The rural vet I worked for used to have animals dumped all the time. Sometimes in containers but not always. We caught lots of abandon cats and kittens in our trap.

One day I came to work to find a huge malnourished shepard cross chained to the front porch rail. That dog wasn't going to let me anywhere near it and of course the vet was gone on vacation. I ended up putting too much sedative in canned dog food I tossed to it. It inhaled the food then died within about 10 minutes. Crap! If the dog had been healthy the dose would have been right but it was so weakened I offed it accidently.

6:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am relieved to know that only alcohol, tobacco and fire arms types are abusive toward animals. God forbid, if a bible reader Christen with a dozen children did the same thing.

I think you missed the point. Abuse of any living thing is unacceptable for any reason. There again, we humans are not particularly humane in any circumstance. Animals are at our mercy. Do we have mercy. Are we humane. Generally not.

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am relieved to know that only alcohol, tobacco and fire arms types are abusive toward animals. God forbid, if a bible reader Christen with a dozen children did the same thing.

I think you missed the point. Abuse of any living thing is unacceptable for any reason. There again, we humans are not particularly humane in any circumstance. Animals are at our mercy. Do we have mercy. Are we humane. Generally not.

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Annonymous. "Scum, scum, scum"

Did it occur to you to call local animal control to help the the starving dog? Why didn't you?

Wondering about your availability of sedatives. I know how much medication it takes to "offed" animals and humans. Since you chose to feed a starving dog a can of dog food laced with drugs, you apparently were irritated by the dog's existence and consciously or subconsciously wanted it dead. Was it whining, barking, etc. out of hunger and irritating you. Why didn't you give it a can of uncontaminated dog food.

Are you going to be killing more animals, chained or not, in the future?

8:29 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Anon, you are right, it could have been anyone, however if you consider what a profiler would consider, it probably wasn't a woman because women are generally more compassionate. It was more than likely a family man that did the deed, and most alcohol, tobacco and firearms people I know are Christians : ) and Republicans.

Yes I an attempting to trap the kitten, however I've so far only been able to capture my own cats in the trap. If I do capture it it will become our third cat.

Animal shelters are definitely an option, though I've been turned away on several occasions because our shelter gets full from time to time. Usually when an animal collector gets nailed like Kittles, Keiser and another from Jewell. Of the four stray animals I've taken to the shelter I was turned away three times. They finally did take one of the rejects after we were persistent. The other two I had to find homes for.

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guy. Found a good site re: your kitten "trap ferral cat" very good information. Apparently, they are attracted to mackerel. Info. about trapping, etc.

Hope you catch your next family member before you other two pack their bags.

Good Luck. Please give us an update. Thanks. Georg

11:39 PM  
Blogger Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

sigh...irresponsible in all areas of life, are people like this dumper! I have tried for 5 months to trap the feral tom that visits my backyard daily to no avail. Finally had to give the trap back to the rescue organization that lent it to me. The momcat was much easier though she is much more wary. Least she is now spayed and her kittens adopted.

I am so conflicted about TNR (trap and release) as, like you I know that death by fox, weasel or car is often the end and not a kind one.

4:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TO the person who was so upset about my accidental offing of a dog. Did you catch the word VET? I worked at a veterinary clinic that's why I has sedatives and was reasonably sure of the dose. My main objective was moving the dog before any clients showed up and were injured. At that point in my life I weight a whopping 130 lbs and even malnourished the dog was close to 90 so using a catch pole by myself was out of the question. Sedating him was the only safe answer. I made calls, I tried to get help but it was a RURAL clinic the nearest animal control wasn't open for 2 hours and then there was no guarantee they could send help.
If the sedation had worked the dog would have been well cared for until its fate was decided by my boss or the overworked over loaded county animal control.
I hope you are never in a position to deal with a large dangerous animal without many options.

9:15 PM  

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