Evil Humans Neglect and Abandon Canine

Supposedly, we felines cannot get along with canines. This is not true. Koji likes to play with canines, but he plays too roughly with small canines and they get scared of him. He loves to pounce on larger canines, and then they wrestle. I do not mind canines, until they lick me with their sloppy wet tongues. This annoys me, so then I swat the canines who do this to me.

But even when a canine annoys me, I do not think it should be treated as badly as one poor canine near me. An evil human abandoned a canine named Remington in a canyon. An abandoned canine normally does not get a lot of attention. But this poor canine did for a very sad reason.

Rescuers found Remington in a severely emaciated and dehydrated state. He was close to death. One of the white coated humans at San Diego Humane Society said in all their years working as a veterinarian, they had “never seen a dog this emaciated.” Poor Remington weighed less than 20 pounds. When he arrived, the humans in white coats worried that he might not make it through the night.

Fortunately, Remington is getting the care and help he needs to recover. It will take several months of therapy and treatment for him to able to go to a new home.

And humans with badges are looking to find out who the evil humans are that treated Remington so poorly before abandoning him. They are offering a reward of $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the evil humans who did this.

Remington Received Lots of Sweaters to Help Him Keep Warm

Kind humans are showing lots of love to Remington. They are sending sweaters to him, because he will need lots of those to keep warm while he gains weight.

I hope that Remington recovers and goes to a good home. And I hope that the evil humans who abused him spend time in a cage.

Abused Feline Gets Help to Thrive

Furiends, one of the reasons I tell kind humans to keep their felines inside is because of the potential of animal abuse. Just think about what evil humans did to my good furiend Lucky. Lucky got help from Homeless Animals Rescue Team, and now he enjoys his life inside.

A feline in Seattle shares a similar story. She, too, endured abuse from evil humans but will get a chance to thrive. The kind humans there call this feline Courage.

Courage is around seven years old, and she has been through a lot. The kind human who cares for a feral colony said that Courage disappeared for a while, and then returned bleeding from some wounds. Fortunately for Courage, the kind human gave her first aid for her wounds. Then, they contacted Seattle Area Feline Rescue to get her more help.

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“She’s very friendly and trusting. She can’t help but purr when you pet her,” said one of the humans at Seattle Area Feline Rescue. Sadly, an evil human betrayed this trust. They took advantage of Courage’s trust to abuse her.

Now, Courage is getting help for her medical conditions. And she has a bunch of them in addition to the obvious ones from her abuse. She needs to gain weight. Then, the white coated humans need to give her a thorough dental and pull some teeth. And because her ears were cut off, she developed ear infections. There also may be some issues with her eyes. And she needs to be spayed.

Courage gets eight different medications a day from her foster human. These will help her recover, and after she does, the white coated humans will spay her.

Despite her abuse, Courage is a fortunate feline. Kind humans helped her right away, and now she will get a chance to thrive thanks to Seattle Area Feline Rescue. Some humans who heard her story already expressed interest in adopting her. Soon, Courage will go to a good home!

Human Charged With Murder For Defending Feline

Furiends, you know that I do not like animal abusers. We need to stop these evil humans. And while you would never say, well, it’s an animal, not a human, there are some humans who say that. To them, I say there is clear evidence that animal abusers often start to commit violent acts against humans.

I tell the human that we felines and canines should be allows to bite and scratch any human who abuses animals. He tells me this is not allowed. Instead, they get put in a cage and pay many green paper instead. I can accept this, but I still think they should receive many swats and bites!

This Woman Shot Her Cat Abusing Husband
This Woman Shot Her Cat Abusing Husband

One woman went way too far for even me, though. She shot her husband, who was abusive towards her feline. The evil animal abuser’s attacks drove the feline to run away.

The woman was frantic, and posted lost cat signs around the neighborhood. A kind neighbor found the feline, and returned the cat to the home. The evil husband immediately started to abuse the poor feline again.

Finally, this woman had enough. She shot her husband in order to keep him from abusing the cat. The evil animal abuser died on the way to the hospital, so the humans in badges had no choice. They charged the woman with murder.

I do not believe that shooting an animal abuser, although satisfying, is the right thing to do. Instead, this woman should have taken the feline and left the evil animal abuser. Then the feline would have been safe, and she would have escaped her marriage with an evil person.

After that, she should have reported the animal abuse to the humans with badges. They could have put that evil human in a cage. That, furiends, would have been the best outcome.