Tuesday, February 16, 2016

WICHITA KS - A PIT BULL ATTACKED A SMALL PET DOG BEING WALKED BY ITS OWNER ON A LEASH AND WOULD NOT LET GO - THE MAN PULLED OUT HIS PERSONAL KNIFE AND STABBED ONCE - THE PIT DID NOT LET GO!!! SO HE SLASHED IT!!! IT'S JUST WONDERFUL TO NOT SEE A DEAD LITTLE CHIHUAHUA LYING THERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


http://dailyhaze.com/update-dog-has-throat-slashed-in-wichita-kansas/


I'm not sure if I am allowed to post this, but we are begging that this post gets spread. A friend of mines pit bull Charlie lost his life at the hands of an inhumane person. Charlie was being attacked by this persons dog and Charlie was fighting back. This man picked Charlie up by his harness and slit Charlie's throat. Charlie went back to my friends home and died. Police and animal control were called. Nothing happened to the man, but my friend got fined $5,000.00 dollars for Charlie not having a micro chip. She needs justice for Charlie, the local news are ignoring her. The man has threatened to slit more dogs throats if they come near his animal. Poor Charlie should of not have had that happen to him, he was loved by many. Sorry if the photo is too graphic, but this did happen. Please help get Charlie justice!!! Christie Elizabeth Gregg. This happened in Wichita, kansas
Jean Olszewski It seems that pit bull owners don't even care about their own dogs that their pit bulls kill. I woman told me her friend has a pit, it killed her own Chihuahua , I asked what did she do with the pit bull. She kept it, got another Chihuahua. The pit tried to kill that one, so she gave it away and kept the vicious, dog fighting pit bull. This is the mentality of pit owners. They don't care how many innocent animals their pits kill, just don't give pittie a bad rap.
Gary Ryder Key word here,"Charlie went BACK to my friends home".So exactly what is the rest of story?Like,was this man protecting his property,why was Charlie running loose,did he invaded another dogs space?Sounds like your friend killed his beloved animal. Charlie is who I feel sorry for Christie Elizabeth Gregg. Not feel sorry for Christie Elizabeth Gregg.Not your friend or man protecting his properties.
Jen Arevalo Sounds like a shady story. 1) the dog should have been contained. 2) if the dog was killed it probably was attacking another animal or human and out of self defense was killed. 3) if you don't follow the laws and requirements to have a micro chip/rabies or whatever the law calls for, DO NOT have an animal! No sympathy here. You sound like an irresponsible pet owner whining for attention.
Yvonne Banks Williams I cannot believe some people are really upset about Charlie the pit bull that got his throat cut when he attack a smaller dog some people have more compassion about a pit bull that attack, mauled and even kills more then they do for our children, elders, adults and other innocent animals 19 months ago my grand daughter got attack and mauled by two pit bulls some people care more for pit bulls then they do about a human being life smh:-(
Sarah Howard ?Charley was left to roam the area without supervision. The neighbor, who Gregg claimed was responsible, was walking his chihuahua at the time of the incident. Charley ran up behind the owner’s chihuahua and picked the smaller dog up by it’s skin. Charley was said to have the smaller dogs back skin and refused to let go. It was at that time that the neighbor pulled out a personal knife and stabbed the dog once. Charley did not respond to the initial stab, so the owner slashed the dog. Charley dropped the smaller dog and returned to his house.

This was not a pit bull hate crime. In all actuality, neighbors know Charley for running freely. This neighbor may have had problems with Charley attacking his chihuahua in the past. One thing is for sure, this dog was not just brutally murdered out of nowhere, as Gregg insinuated.



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Charlie is a pit bull that does not deserve "justice". When an animal is allowed to run free, there are consequences. If you don't like those consequences, don't allow your animal to run free. It's not rocket science.

I don't want to encounter loose dogs on my walks. There are ordinances in my county that don't allow dogs to run free. I also walk around with a knife. It's become a necessity, thanks to the proliferation of pit bulls in my neighborhood. Does anyone really want to try and defend themselves without weapons when faced with a threatening pit bull? A normal dog, I've done it many times. Normal dogs are easy to fend off. A pit bull? I'll use whatever means I have. I've already conditioned myself where I should stab, and be prepared for blood to make my hands slippery while holding the knife. Do I normally think this way? Nope, but I'll be damned if I'm going to be a victim of a pit bull. I will protect my life and limbs, literally.

Personally, I think breed specific legislation is the more civilized way to deal with pit bulls, but it's been categorically denied in my state. So, I'll take matters into my own hands. Justice for Charlie? Where's my justice? Where's my freedom? Where are my civil liberties?

Farmer Jane said...

That picture warms the cockles of my heart. Anon, you hit it on the head. Pit bulls deny us our freedom. I, too, carry a knife. It is a dive safety knife that can be opened with one hand. I used to carry a gun, but it's too heavy, awkward, controversial, and an accident would be more deadly. I know just where to cut to kill, because an attack by pit is life or death. I don't want to kill someone's pet. But I don't want to be a victim, either.

Sweetie Pie said...

"Please help Charlie get justice." Actually, Charlie already got justice, so what's her problem?