Evil Humans in Houston Set Kitten On Fire

“Human, you know how you are trying to get people to sign a petition to form an animal abuse registry?”

“Yes, Bagheera.”

“Well, you need to make that happen.  Another one of my fellow felines was set on fire in Houston.”

“I will try, Bagheera.”

“Human, this is important enough that even Marley has come out to tell you to do it.  None of us were ever victims of animal abuse.  You took me in as a little kitten and cared for me.  Jacey was in the home of one of the humans in white coats until you got her.  And Marley, even though she is shy, had a good home and she was taken care of until you brought her here.  We all want you to get your fellow humans to sign the petition.”

Help Prevent This from Happening With an Animal Abuse RegistryUnfortunately, an animal abuse registry won’t help this cat who was found in Houston.  My fellow feline was set on fire, and it is only thanks to the kindness of the humans at the Houston SPCA that she is getting the care she needs.

One of the humans at the Houston SPCA said that this cat, who is between two and three years old, is “currently in stable condition and facing a lengthy rehabilitation.”  TPlease Sign the Petition to form an Animal Abuse Registryhey are offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest of the evil human who did this.  And if there was an animal abuse registry in place, this cruel human, upon conviction, would be put in a registry so that humans with pets and organizations that help pets find homes would know not to trust him.

We’ve heard many stories of animals who have been tortured like this, and remember, we only hear about a small percentage of these incidents. The efforts of felines like Lucky and Justin and me can only go so far.  We need human help to stop animal abuse.  That is why Jacey, Marley, and I are asking you with pleading eyes to sign the petition to form an animal abuse registry and to share it with everyone you know.

If we can save just one animal from suffering like Lucky, Justin, and this feline did, it will be worth it.  Please help and let me know that you did in the comments.

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4 Replies to “Evil Humans in Houston Set Kitten On Fire”

  1. I made sure my human signed the petition Bagheera, we support mew on this 100%. My angel sister who went to the Bridge a year ago after losing her brave battle with cancer was a black cat who was physically and emotionally abused as a kitten before she adopted our family. The first 5 + of the 9 years we were lucky to have her as a valued member of our family were ones spent helping her learn to trust all of us, not just my aunt and to build confidence, conquer her PTSD, panic attacks. We saw first hand the long term effects animals suffer just like humans who have suffered abuse and it made us sad and angry. My human has no tolerance or sympathy for those who abuse anyone, especially the vulnerable: elderly, disabled, and we kitties and other species of animals. We commend mew for bringing attention to this important epidemic in the world, and raise our paws in solidarity. Purrrrrr!!!!!

    1. I just think about how Marley is shy, and when Jacey and I wanted to welcome her to our clowder by playing with her, she was very nervous. And she was never abused. She has always been treated well by her humans, and our human makes sure she is well taken care of. But she is still nervous.

      Her skittishness despite always being treated well makes me realize how horrible it must be if a feline is abused and what it does to them mentally!

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