Guy gets dog to kill cat? WTF is wrong with some people?

Guy gets dog to kill cat? WTF is wrong with some people?

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dudleybloke

15,243 posts

134 months

Friday 8th November
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Amos Price, 30.



Wanted by police for setting the dog onto the cat.

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/pol...




Edited by dudleybloke on Friday 8th November 21:33

chow pan toon

11,657 posts

185 months

Friday 8th November
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Amos eh? I imagine he has 3.14 keys.

TheJimi

15,401 posts

191 months

Friday 8th November
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If that was my cat. I'd want him dead, no question.

Absolute oxygen thieving bd.

Thesprucegoose

19,784 posts

143 months

Friday 8th November
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the dog was happy to ignore until he placed in front. No bad pets just bad owners, horrible situation the cat looked so nice.

Killing animals needlessly is usually a sign of deeper issues so i hope he investigated fully.

elanfan

3,853 posts

175 months

Friday 8th November
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dudleybloke said:
Amos Price, 30.



Wanted by police for setting the dog onto the cat.

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/pol...




Edited by dudleybloke on Friday 8th November 21:33
Said he’d be identified, didn’t take long. I can’t wait for him to be arrested and jailed. Let’s hope it’s with a few animal lovers.

Troubleatmill

8,209 posts

107 months

Friday 8th November
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Why do I think his life expectancy has been reduced by 50%?

Even when he gets out.... there are enough demented cat lovers in the UK to ensure he won't have a comfortable retirement.

The bloke has a target on his back. Just a matter of time.

I hope he sweats it for the rest of his days "just like a priest in a kiddies playground"


Edited by Troubleatmill on Friday 8th November 23:03

Halb

50,349 posts

131 months

Friday 8th November
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there's a certain kind of sick individual that wants to sick animals on other animals; badger baiting, dog-fighting, fox hunting, hare coursing, bear baiting, rat fighting. THese people lack a lot of humanity in themselves.

RDMcG

13,940 posts

155 months

Saturday 9th November
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I have never been able to understand the urge to inflict suffering for any reason but the worst possible reason is to do it for fun. How anyone would cause an innocent creature to die in agony is repulsive.

These people often escalate their vileness to attacks on humans too.

Yertis

14,976 posts

214 months

Saturday 9th November
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Halb said:
there's a certain kind of sick individual that wants to sick animals on other animals; badger baiting, dog-fighting, fox hunting, hare coursing, bear baiting, rat fighting. THese people lack a lot of humanity in themselves.
That’s an inaccurate generalisation - I’m sure you’ll disagree and that’s cool but IMO fox hunting and hare coursing are very different from those other vile activities, and there’s no lack of humanity in the participants I’ve met. Quite the reverse in fact.

We’ve been up hill and down dale with this debate many times onPH, but I couldn’t leave that uncommented. beer

TheJimi

15,401 posts

191 months

Saturday 9th November
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Fox hunting etc - strip away the façade of respectability and tradition, and you're left with a bunch of people killing an animal for fun.

...and it IS fun for them. They get all dressed up and make a day of it.

They're setting the hounds on a fox, the guy here set his dog on a cat.




Edited by TheJimi on Saturday 9th November 09:17

Thesprucegoose

19,784 posts

143 months

Saturday 9th November
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the end result is the same, but i guess the hooray henrys, see fox hunting as a sport.

The fox has a chance to escape, probably doesn't. But the fox is hunted over fields scared stless then ripped apart by dogs, you do have to question the mentality of someone involved in this.

Yertis

14,976 posts

214 months

Saturday 9th November
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[groans]

Oh here we go rolleyes

Edited by Yertis on Saturday 9th November 09:37

98elise

15,307 posts

109 months

Saturday 9th November
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TheJimi said:
Fox hunting etc - strip away the façade of respectability and tradition, and you're left with a bunch of people killing an animal for fun.

...and it IS fun for them. They get all dressed up and make a day of it.

They're setting the hounds on a fox, the guy here set his dog on a cat.




Edited by TheJimi on Saturday 9th November 08:53


Edited by TheJimi on Saturday 9th November 08:54
Agreed. Even if you need to control wild animals its not justification for chasing them down with a pack of animals and tearing them to pieces for your own enjoyment.

If it was acceptable, then it would be equally acceptable to dispatch sick pets by setting a pack of dogs on them.

Yertis

14,976 posts

214 months

Saturday 9th November
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I don’t see a lot of vets traversing the countryside to ensure sick or elderly foxes are despatched by injection.

Anyway the point I was making was that people I’ve met who engaged in those activities are not in any way inhumane, and you cannot lump them together with people who torture cats or any other animal. Maybe you’ve met people who fox hunted or hare coursed who are inhumane, and I don’t doubt they exist.

TheJimi

15,401 posts

191 months

Saturday 9th November
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Yertis said:
I don’t see a lot of vets traversing the countryside to ensure sick or elderly foxes are despatched by injection.
Right.

Let's terrify the st out of them and rip them to pieces instead.

All very humane yes

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Yertis said:
Anyway the point I was making was that people I’ve met who engaged in those activities are not in any way inhumane, and you cannot lump them together with people who torture cats or any other animal.
What exactly do you think the end result for a fox is, when engaged by the hunt?

Torture.



Edited by TheJimi on Saturday 9th November 10:06

Halb

50,349 posts

131 months

Saturday 9th November
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TheJimi said:
Fox hunting etc - strip away the façade of respectability and tradition, and you're left with a bunch of people killing an animal for fun.
And that's it, setting one animal on another for your jollies, that's the core of it. THat ilk of people have something broken inside them no matter what ceremony you adorn it with.

Thesprucegoose

19,784 posts

143 months

Saturday 9th November
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i don't think most would have an issue with shooting the fox, quick dispatch etc.

The whole is issue is this bloke set his dog on a cat to kill it, it is fundamentally no different from letting a pack of dogs on a fox or hare. It is just packaged differently and because no one thinks maybe this is wrong, it is thought as acceptable behaviour in these circles, when it clearly isn't, and no difference from what this bloke did.

Edited by Thesprucegoose on Saturday 9th November 10:13

chow pan toon

11,657 posts

185 months

Saturday 9th November
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I don't see much difference between fox hunting and this. Maybe it is too subtle for my townie brain.

98elise

15,307 posts

109 months

Saturday 9th November
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Yertis said:
I don’t see a lot of vets traversing the countryside to ensure sick or elderly foxes are despatched by injection.

Anyway the point I was making was that people I’ve met who engaged in those activities are not in any way inhumane, and you cannot lump them together with people who torture cats or any other animal. Maybe you’ve met people who fox hunted or hare coursed who are inhumane, and I don’t doubt they exist.
They are terrorising an animal before killing it, for their own enjoyment. That's not humane.

When their horses or dogs get sick do they set the pack on them?



Yertis

14,976 posts

214 months

Saturday 9th November
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TheJimi said:
What exactly do you think the end result for a fox is, when engaged by the hunt?

Torture.
I’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again. If I were a fox, I’d rather pit my wits against the hunt, with all its fallibilities, but with the certainty of quick death if caught, against the alternative gunman of dubious marksmanship, or poison and a slow death.

Torture doesn’t come into it and if it did, or there were circumstances similar to the original subject of this thread (and I recognise such things have happened, ie digging out cubs etc) then in those circumstances I agree with you 100%