Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

Postby Vicky » Fri Sep 29, 2017 12:05 pm

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Sainsbury's aren't very popular with dog owners after they sent out free chocolate in the post to customers and their dogs have been eating it.

Chocolate can be fatal to dogs and several of the dogs had to be rushed to the vets.

Thankfully i've got a basket over the letter box after Jack went through a phase of ripping the post up.

http://news.sky.com/story/dogs-fall-ill-eating-chocolate-sent-in-the-post-by-sainsburys-11055705


if owners are going to leave dogs alone all day it's up to them to put a postal cage on the letter box to catch the mail. it's ridiculous to blame the supermarket.


And to stop the fucking things biting the fingers of the postal worker who's trying to deliver stuff! :brickwall:


A lot of postal workers have had some really bad injuries from dogs.

My cousin's a postman and he nearly lost two of his fingers after some yappy wee dog bit him.


We get a 'posting peg', a flat, bright red piece of plastic that's about 18 inches long and an inch wide with a notch to put a card into. They don't fit in your pocket and look like a dildo at a short distance.

I had a mad bastard of a dog who would have ripped my hand off judging by the racket behind the door :ooer: I poked the card through with my pen and it took the damned thing! I hope he chewed the shit out of it and got ink all over the house :monkey:

I've had dogs of all sizes having a go but the worst was a miniature poodle that launched itself five foot high into a quickly closed window (too dangerous to open the door) and was aimed at my throat :yikes:


Sometimes wee dogs are more vicious than big dogs.

A Jack Russell bit me years ago, he was outside a shop and i went and said hello and he sunk his teeth into my hand.

Yet friends of the family had a pure breed American Pit-bull and he was the most gentle dog you could meet.

Nice dog Zack, i used to take him for walks before i got Zoe.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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That dog looks like Zack.

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

Postby Vicky » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:04 pm

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This is good news and it's long overdue.

The maximum sentence in England and Wales for animal cruelty is to rise from six months to five years.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41451893

It's about time the issue of animal cruelty was taken more seriously by the courts.

It's a disgusting statistic that only one out of every thirteen people charged with cruelty to animals is jailed.

The Scottish Government intends to change the law as well.

At the moment you can get twelve months here, it's set to rise to five years as well.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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The Puppy Doe case is now scheduled to start at the end of the month.

The case keeps getting postponed, because the prosecutor keeps getting sick.

As i've mentioned before, few cases have caused such outraged in America and people are flying in for various parts of the country to show support for the tragic dog.

The police are worried the subhuman who killed her might be shot, so he's wearing a bullet-proof vest when he appears in court.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Can you guess what animal is hiding in here?

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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The Puppy Doe case is now scheduled to start at the end of the month.

The case keeps getting postponed, because the prosecutor keeps getting sick.

As i've mentioned before, few cases have caused such outraged in America and people are flying in for various parts of the country to show support for the tragic dog.

The police are worried the subhuman who killed her might be shot, so he's wearing a bullet-proof vest when he appears in court.


those injuries! i just read what happened to her.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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The Puppy Doe case is now scheduled to start at the end of the month.

The case keeps getting postponed, because the prosecutor keeps getting sick.

As i've mentioned before, few cases have caused such outraged in America and people are flying in for various parts of the country to show support for the tragic dog.

The police are worried the subhuman who killed her might be shot, so he's wearing a bullet-proof vest when he appears in court.


those injuries! i just read what happened to her.


The 24th of this month the trial is due to start, that's four years after she was killed.

There's a Facebook page called "Justice For Puppy Doe" her real name was Kiya.

There's a lot of very angry people in America, security for the trial is going to be very tight.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

Postby Vam » Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:10 pm

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Look at how downcast and sad she is :shake head:

I hadn't heard of this case until you mentioned it, Vic. I honestly can't bring myself to check it out.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

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Look at how downcast and sad she is :shake head:

I hadn't heard of this case until you mentioned it, Vic. I honestly can't bring myself to check it out.


i'm not your biggest fan but i know you're an animal lover, you really don't want to check it out. just give your own dogs an extra big love.
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Re: Cecil The Lion Part Three.

Postby Vam » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:10 pm

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i'm not your biggest fan but i know you're an animal lover, you really don't want to check it out. just give your own dogs an extra big love.


Always :smilin:

I view animal cruelty in a similar way to how I view cruelty to children. The common denominator is that both animal and child are defenceless, and simply incapable of understanding why someone would want to inflict pain on them.

It's the thought of that fear and bewilderment that always gets to me.
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