Woman Caught putting Cat in Bin
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There is no excuse to be cruel to animals these days... there are animal shelters in their droves and it takes a good person to put their hands up and say they cant cope with a pet by letting them go into shelter.
People who attack other people make are as bad as the person who committed the crime. Let the law deal with them - people need to keep themselves to themselves.
I dont think people should take the law in their own hands, it is not democratic.
I couldn't agree with you more about the attacking thing but I hope she gets charged what she can get charged, I mean you never know if she's done anything else to other cats. I don't know about that area but my area has at least 10 cats running around on 3 or 4 streets of space.
shazwellyn, so does that mean you should not report a rape in progress? Look the other way while a girl is being hit? Don't say anything if you know a kid is being molested? Keep quiet if you see someone steal a friends car?
Sorry but it's all the people who don't speak up that is the problem, not the other way around. I'm sure if it was your cat you would have wanted someone to tell you.
I admit too many are reporting things that are none of their biz and should get a life. But not enough speak up about really bad things that will only get worst without reporting.
I find that disgraceful, poor cat, it done absolutely nothing to deserve that. It was letting the woman stroke her as well and she has the indecency to put it in a bin, I hope she gets charged for that.
I really don't know why anyone would do that , maybe the woman has a mental disorder or something cause that is simply not normal
I watched the video on Sky - link above - she appears to be normal but has a clear problem with cats
I was so shocked when I saw that on the news. She fussed the cat first and then casually dropped it in the bin. It's disgusting. I hope they throw the book at her. I wonder what she thought when she saw herself on TV?
I watched the video & was apalled. It was not only a cruel act, it was deviant. It makes me wonder what possessed her to do such a thing. Perhaps she thinks she has to show control in some way.....
Regardless, she'll get what's coming to her. In the meantime, I hope she gets some intense therapy.
I'm a catlover. You won't be surprised to know that I have two cats. But the reaction to this, admittedly, appalling incident has gotten all out of proportion. The police have given her protection because of the threats to her life.
This is getting worldwide attention. She may well have mental health issues. She doesn't deserve to be physically attacked over this.I think the news agencies have acted irresponsibly over this. This is a local community incident. Not a national or international story.
Caught on camera - what would she have done to other animals if she had not been caught - she should be put in a bin and see how she likes it
Woman definitely is in the wrong, and needs some punishment, but it is getting out of hand. If only the caught some of the other things people do to animals on tape, that are 10x worse than this.
At least this woman can be pubically humiliated, and receive some sort of fine or what not, and learn her lesson. Perhaps the incident will discourage others from doing this or far worse to animals, as there are repurcussions.
we watched sky news yesterday there were 11 repeats of the episode and enough information shown for the inquisitive to work out where she lived. She did seem a bit odd though
apparently,the woman that did this had mental problems,she even said she thought it would be funny to do it,that is no excuse for the cruelty of an animal,how could she find it funny,that cat would be extremely scared of what happened,yet all she cares about is her family not finding out about what she did...i dont think that will happen.
There are worse cases than this. Do a google search on the name "Shomari Ferguson," this guy from Long Island is accused of "systematically abusing his girlfriend's five-month-old kitten by repeatedly throwing it against a wall and dousing it in bleach". Unfortunately, there are alot of sick people around.
He has been charged with two felony counts of aggravated cruelty to animals, has plead not guilty, but if convicted could face up to two years in jail.
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