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    09-20-2010, 09:52 PM
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Wow is all I have to say

Just came across this today. Seriously, what goes trough people's minds sometimes? I don't know.
This video is not for everyone so I would not watch it.
This video is of a 19 year old girl throwing a bucket of puppies into a river! F'in sicko!!

This explains the video:

You can find the actual video here:
LiveLeak.com - Twisted Girl Throws Puppies in River **This video contains scenes of repeated animal cruelty**
     
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    09-20-2010, 10:00 PM
  #2
Green Broke
Ohh I saw that. I heard she was found and punished for it. I also heard that some old lady CLAIMS to have found the puppies struggling in the water and saved them.
     
    09-21-2010, 12:18 AM
  #3
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I sure hope what you're saying is accurate. It's pretty sad. Someone I know, drowns her kittens in her own bath tub at home on a regular basis. Absolutely digusting. I don't know how anyone in their right frame of mind, can do that to poor animals.
     
    09-21-2010, 12:30 AM
  #4
Green Broke
Wow, she has issues, and I hope she is properly punished. Personally, I think people that do things like that get off way to easily.
I hope the rest of her life is miserable.
     
    09-21-2010, 12:55 AM
  #5
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That makes me want to cry. It makes me think of the guy who left my puppy in a dumpster with all his brothers and sisters to be flattened to death by a garbage truck. The good news was somebody found them and called the cops; but sadly, only my puppy and one of his brothers were alive. And all of the dead puppies were removed and given proper burials. The guy was never found and never prosecuted.

I hope that girl in the video rots in jail.
     
    09-21-2010, 01:31 AM
  #6
Green Broke
*shrugs*

She's an idiot for video taping it, but it's probably one of the most humane ways of dealing with unwanted animals thanks to all the gun laws we've brought in. City people tend to forget that death has a very distinct purpose, and on a farm, any animal that isn't earning it's keep is another mouth to feed.

I will never, ever, understand the hang up people have about death. We found a nest of baby pigeons in the arena and drowned the babies last week. They are destroying the arena with their toxic sludge and any effort to curb their reproduction is welcome. Granted, we used a controlled method and not just flinging them into a river and didn't video tape it which is where the "sicko" part of it comes in for me - not the act itself, but the need to have it recorded.

I spent last Friday killing over 30 rats for food. Does that make me sick? They were killed in a Co2 chamber which works almost exactly like drowning, except a bit more pleasant - they get drowsy before they suffocate.

People these days tend to react too quickly to the shock value in a video without actually seeing what's going on. Is she sick because they're puppies? Sick for video taping it? When, where and how is it ok to kill one type of animal and not another?

I don't believe for a SPLIT second anyone rescued those puppies - they would have sank like rocks, they have no development to keep themselves a float. And if they did, they're a complete fool. Save 6 puppies, send 6 more dogs in an overcrowded shelter to the gas chamber - so really now, how have we saved ANY animals?

EDIT - I also find it highly laughable they can actually call this "animal cruelty". This girl is a stupid twit, not a sadistic freak who's torturing animals for some personal pleasure. She's disposing of puppies as people on farms have done for CENTURIES. It may be a deplorable act to some, but it's a FAR cry from "cruelty".
     
    09-21-2010, 07:41 AM
  #7
Green Broke
Im not even going to watch it because I know exactly what it is. I saw it on TV...
Farmers have drowned puppies for years to dispose of them, but I think this is an extreme example. Why not get your dogs neutered? Or give the puppies away? I suppose they would all have their reasons. I, personally, could NEVER do that to an animal, even if I had to.
     
    09-21-2010, 07:53 AM
  #8
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Macabre, I have nothing against the killing of nuisance animals. (Though in this case the dog owner should have killed these puppies before they were born, surgically.)

But drowning is not a nice way to kill things.

If shooting is out of the question then why not go for humane euthanasia?

Cutting off heads or smashing in their head is far less painful than drowning. Yes, it is worse for you. But better for the animal.
     
    09-21-2010, 09:29 AM
  #9
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Alwaysbehind    
Cutting off heads or smashing in their head is far less painful than drowning. Yes, it is worse for you. But better for the animal.
I agree. This was on morning TV a few weeks ago and I suggested shooting them, my mum then said that 'a bullet would blow a puppy to bits', but the puppy wouldn't feel a thing.
     
    09-21-2010, 10:03 AM
  #10
Showing
You can use vehicle exhaust, too. The smaller animals go very quickly.

I think the girl isn't quite right, because who wants to video something like that?

I'm all for spaying and neutering, but Macabre is right; people have been killing unwanted animals for centuries. Just because we don't see it behind the shelter walls doesn't mean it's not happening.
     

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