I am a bengal cat who was born in 2005. In the summer of 2012, I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat. I want everyone to know that diabetic cats like me are just as fun and loving as cats without the disease.
Most of the felines and canines could not drink water, and there were no traces of noms on the site. Not surprisingly, these poor animals were sick and suffering from parasitic infections.
And this is the third time authorities rescued animals from the hoarder. The first time, in 2011, authorities pulled 50 canines from the site. In 2017, they rescued 17 felines and 84 canines. And now this.
Furiends, normally I call for hoarders to get help. But this human clearly did not, so they need to be put in a cage where they will be forced to get the treatment they need.
I hope the felines and canines taken from this hoarder get a chance to thrive. And I am glad Humane Society of Missouri stepped in to help them.
Furiends, you know I am very sad that my sweet sisfur Marley has left us. But while it was sad to see her go, in the end, we did it in a way to minimize her suffering.
I cannot say the same for an evil human who killed one of my big feline cousins. I am sure you heard the story of the disgusting human who killed my big feline cousin Cecil. If you have not, remember that this evil human lured Cecil out of a protected area, then shot him with a bow and arrow. But his shot did not kill Cecil. Instead, Cecil struggled off, and suffered for 40 hours before he was found and killed.
Then this disgusting human skinned Cecil, cut off his head, and was going to mount it as a trophy.
If that is what comes of Cecil’s torture and killing, it will not have been in vain. I hope that the evil human who killed him is brought to justice and that his punishment serves as a warning to those who would kill magnificent animals like Cecil.
You know that I am horrified and angered whenever I hear of animal abuse. There are too many humans who do cruel things to us felines and other four legged creatures. I know that many humans would not think of doing such cruel things, but even a small number of humans can cause a lot of pain for animals.
Furiends, I do not like my visits to the humans in white coats. But even though I do not like them, they treat me well and do what they need while causing the least amount of stress for me. And they do these things in order to make sure I am healthy and will live a long life.
These things, while causing pain and making me angry, are nothing like what this cruel and evil white coated human did. She shot a cat through the head with an arrow and then she bragged about it. She said that my feral cousins should be exterminated and that the only good feral cat is a dead one.
Now there is a movement underway to make sure that this human can never put on a white coat again. There is a drive to revoke her license to practice veterinary medicine. I do not know if this needs to be done, because no clinic will hire her after this.
This sad story, my furiends, is a reminder that we must all be vigilant to protect against animal abuse. It can come from places we would never suspect. Please learn the signs of animal abuse and if you see it, call the humans with badges.