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an open rant; not that it will make any difference..
Topic Started: Dec 6 2017, 12:35 PM (130 Views)
Larry
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Mmmmmmm, pie!
To the sorry assed sack of sh!t that dumped the cat off in my driveway last week:


It takes a low class piece of trash to pitch a cat out of his car window without even slowing down, much less bothering to stop. That's right - I saw you do it. You probably don't care, but the cat landed in some brush which broke its fall, but it was two whole days before it would come out of the woods.

It finally did come out of the woods.. I first saw it sitting up against my heat and air unit trying to get warm. I guess you didn't notice it's cold outside.

It has taken me a week to get the cat to come anywhere near me so I could give it food. I left it out, but had no way of knowing if the cat was the one that ate it or not. But I would catch glimpses of it in the evenings, and I watched as it got thinner and thinner.

Today it let me get close enough to pet it because I had a can of food in my hand. She was more starved for affection than she was for food, even though she was obviously starving to death. She ignored the food, favoring my hand rubbing her head. Next time you throw a cat out the window of your car, have the decency to take the collar off its neck so it can breathe. I cut it off, but I fear that her voice box is permanently damaged. All she can muster is a meow that sounds more like a whisper.

I will take care of your cat. I also want you to know that I got a good look at you, and will recognize you and your car again if I ever see it. And if I ever see you again, I plan on taking care of you as well.

You sick bastard.
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ivorythumper
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I am so adjective that I verb nouns!
ugh
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Rainman
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We acquired our last cat similarly, though not as cruel as what you saw.

Thing is, the cat never forgot over the years. She was always a bit weird, just as inclined to hiss as to purr, and you never knew which personality you would get.

Same thing with our dog. We figured out over time, that she must have been abused by a tall slender male wearing a baseball cap. Whenever she would see someone like that, she would flip out. Otherwise, she was a friendly, overly-timid dog.

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Jolly
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Anybody that will mistreat an animal that way, will mistreat people, if given half a chance.
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brenda
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Jolly
Dec 6 2017, 03:16 PM
Anybody that will mistreat an animal that way, will mistreat people, if given half a chance.
+1

You're sweet to give some love and nourishment to the poor kitty.
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Mikhailoh
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Tis the season (It's almost over)
Give that kitty some love for me.
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George K
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“He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.”

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