she*. glad to help. Yeah she deserves to lose a eye. Because of her heinous act, I wouldn't care if she got her hands severed. Sheesh it sounds like you guys are taking it out on me. Yeah and I'm really asian. No kidding.
***Edited By: finalsphere on 5/5/2006 3:06:59 AM*** Reason: .
That is the most horrible thing i have ever heard. How could that woman do that to the poor DEFENCLES animals! How does she live with what she did (or still DOES!!!!!!!!!!!) She deserves to be looked up and have cruel things done to her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! People like that make me so angry
pyrmom i'm not sure about others but i'm 14 and it just makes me angry (though i'm glad i didn't actually see the video) The poor baby!!
The last image of that kitten really disturbs me. I had saw the video, only about 10 seconds of it before it made me ill. I'm glad I didn't watch till the end.... look at its poor little scared face....
What goes around comes around though. And if she is not punished in this life, she will be in the afterlife.
Does anyone know if there is anything we can do, petitions, letters, emails, etc, to try to get these people punished? You know how the Humane Society is always sending around petitions and stuff? I just want to do something about this!!
O God I'm so sick right now. I cannot watch the video, I would be heartbroken for days if I did. Those animals are in heaven now because they are too good to inhabit an earth with people so cruel on it. That woman should be locked up and I hope there are some repurcussions for her.
I had contacted the ASPCA about this video. They said theres nothing we can do to the people that made the video, but you can report the websites that are hosting the video. For example if the video was hosted on yahoo us verison, they could be charged. You have to figure out the ISP I believe and report it.
It used to be hosted on myspace, and myspace deleted that persons account. its also on some gore site, can't remember the name.
***Edited By: thelifeofriley on 5/5/2006 10:11:14 AM*** Reason: add
O it's just so unfair, I feel so helpless when I hear about things like this. People like us do all we can to help animals, then people like that get away with such despicable things. I hate feeling like there's nothing I can do. I wish I met that person so I could seriously kick the crap out of her.
We at The ASPCA share your anger and concern. While Internet technology has made a positive contribution to our society, it has also resulted in the rapid expansion of publicity for individuals who promote animal abuse.
In the United States, individuals have the constitutional right to Freedom of Speech and therefore, they may discuss and advocate for animal abuse on the Internet and in other public forums. If they go beyond words and speech and actually practice what they preach, animal cruelty is a crime in every state.
Many websites that we receive complaints about have already been investigated by different groups and have been found to be hoax's, such as www.bonsaikitten.com, www.puppyfarm.com, and www.petsorfood.com, www. savetoby.com. Other sites like www.karmafarms.com (twisty cats) and www.wizardofclaws.com, have been found to be real businesses that, although some may consider them unethical, are not breaking any laws and so there is nothing that law enforcement can do. The ASPCA encourages concerned citizens to write the various Internet service providers and their advertisers which host these or other websites that advocate animal abuse. You can find the address of the provider by connecting with the following website: http://www.networksolutions.com and inputting the name of the website. We also suggest that you contact local and national media organizations to make them aware of these sites. Finally, you may want to write the on-line providers with which you regularly do business to encourage them to screen their own sites and not allow websites, which promote animal cruelty. We do not recommend complaining to or even visiting the offending sites because it is obvious the creators enjoy the negative attention these sites give them.
Furthermore, if you have concrete information that the individual has moved beyond words to criminal actions, the most effective response remains with traditional measures, which would be to contact the authorities in the city in which this web-site creator lives. While the ASPCA is a national organization in many respects, our powers to enforce animal cruelty statutes are limited by law to the State of New York. We care, however, that acts of animal cruelty and neglect be addressed wherever they occur. In this situation, we would urge that you contact any or all of the following organizations and advise them of the facts of the situation:
("local" means based in the area from which the web-site originates)
1) the local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and/or Humane Society (which may have the power to enforce animal cruelty laws in the area);
2) the local city/county Health Department/Board of Health (because abuse of animals often involves unsafe or unsanitary conditions for humans);
3) federal, state and local taxing authorities (because operations involving cruelty to animals often operate without filing or paying taxes);
4) The Internet Fraud Complaint Center at www.ifccfbi.gov, which is a joint partnership between the FBI and The National White Collar Crime Center established to address consumer fraud committed over the Internet;
5) local law enforcement officials; and
6) local and national media organizations. Please feel free to contact us again for support or with additional information. We truly appreciate your concern and efforts on behalf of the welfare of animals.
That is why I did not post the video it was to graphic and the place hosting it was nasty! That is also what I told the other person who made a exact same topic as mine and actually posted the site. They took it off their topic.
Though disturbing I wanted to get it out in hopes that we could do something. I see these topics every now and again and think the growing number of these topics is getting to be to much. Something needs to be done. I wish we could stop them it is horrible! More and more everyday I am hearing of animal abuse. Just yesterday on judge judy this guy threw this girls puppy because he was "mad" luckily she caught it. I am getting upset with people like this! It is just as bad as that j-lo topic someone had on here where we all watched animals getting skinned alive. It was horrible, but people need to know that in the world this is happening, and we need to figure out how to stop it!
***Edited By: holidayzbliss on 5/5/2006 11:24:02 AM*** Reason: ...
"That made me so mad. I would like to bring my dogs there and have them step on her, maybe even naw on her face a bit!!!"
I find this kind of public anger and outrage almost as upsetting as the death of the poor kitten. In much the same way that we would help a sick dog with a behaviour problem, these people are in clear need of help, which, I think should best be given while they are in jail for a few months.
But I think it is vital that good people rise above the base attitudes of the crule and adhear to some kind of justice. Of course you would never let your dogs naw on her face! Just imagine how that news story would read.
"Inraged dog owner lets her dog mutilate woman... news at 11"...
- Still, I am always in shock and horror when I hear about the wicked, or should I say, stupid ways of people. This woman says "sorry" after she is found out. If she was really sorry she would have come foward before the police has to snach her up. Jail and a good brain doctor. That is what I think.
there is "sick" and there is "cruel". not everyone has to be sick to be cruel. some people are just downright mean. these people are just cruel. disgustingly cruel. jail will not help to "rehabilitate" them. they will not learn anything there except maybe how to be even more cruel than they already are. gnawing on their faces wouldnt do any good either. people like that would more than likely enjoy it. i would suggest a long walk off of a short pier. or maybe bungie jumping 200 feet with 251 feet of elastic.
Maybe Im cold hearted.I have been raised with animals and have seen what people do to them over and over agian.I have somewhat grown immune to it I guess.these things dont suprise me at all. I just looked at the pics and thought poor,poor kitten,what a shame.The lady should get fined.Thats the reaction I had.This does not suprise me anymore.Same with people,when they get killed or raped or something in that matter.My reaction is what a shame.I have grown up with that happening everyday and now I have no emotion to it.....
I do not think that anyone HERE need to go to jail. That is not what I wrote. However, I do think that we need to be mindful of the power of our words. I know it is easy to sit in a room alone with your computer and write. But if you just let your words flow free, as we often do on the net, then you help create a cyber lynch mob. And this a bad thing.
On the topic of jail. I once work in a jail teaching anger management to men who abused their wifes. Often, a doctor needs to have a 'captive' client, if only to make sure that the client needs to sit down, shut up, and listen to reason.
I do not belive in jail as a punishment to end crime. But I to believe in the treatment of people.
Now - this said, I saw the photo of the woman who put her heel in that cats eyes. And I am as mad as hell. But if I let my anger get the better of me, my anger becomes words, then words become our fingers at the key board, and our fingers at the key board take on a life of their own... even when we turn our computers off.