Some of my neighbors, owners of two pit bulls they've been training to fight, offerred local kids bounties forcaptured animals. One kid tried to snatch my neighbor's peke-a-poo. I caught him in the act and he told me that the dog was worth ten bucks to him. We no longer have any stray cats in our neighborhood. Last summer another neighbor had her six pet rabbits stolen from their cages right off her front porch. There are missing pet signs all over the place.
Local police, humane society, and our county animal control refuse to get involved. Since the pits aren't being treated inhumanely officials don't see that there's any problem to solve.
posted on 02/19/2004 10:01:45 AM PST
(Che cosa ha mangiato?)
Local police, humane society, and our county animal control refuse to get involved
I'd say it's time for the people in the neighborhood to clean up the place. What concerns me a little is what you said about the kids in the area working for the scum bags. What's up with that? Do their parents know/care?
posted on 02/19/2004 10:49:42 AM PST
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