"At 1130 last night - about 2 hours ago, our baby, Kandi - was mauled and killed by an unrestrained pit bull as she was trying to go to the bathroom just outside our front door. Senseless irresponsibility. Shirley and I are feeling too many emotions right now. We loved her like she was our child - and we just can't believe she is gone."
"I am basically learning that there are virtually no laws against somebody's pitbull ripping my dog to shreds. You might say to yourself ... this can't be right - but sadly it is. I am slowly finding out that from every single angle ... very little can be done about this. It's as if Kandi's life didn't matter. It's as if the anguish, heartbreak, and all of the other emotional results of this situation don't matter either.
I'm not one to sit back quietly, My dog was 10 years old, diabetic, blind, and half asleep at the time she was ripped out of Shirley's arms and shook to death inside the mouth of that monster - right in front of us. There were 2 pitbulls involved in this attack - neither was on a leash - neither was restrained or able to be restrained by its owner. This was an unprovoked attack by a vicious animal.
To the people that want to defend the pitbull breed - you can kiss both sides of my ass. I was the one that washed Kandi's blood out of Shirley's hair. I was driving that car as she gasped and gurgled and took her last breath as I sped at 90 mph down the interstate, desperately trying to get to the animal emergency hospital. It was me that had to sit there for 2 hours waiting on Animal Control as my mangled, dead dog laid there dead wrapped up in a towel. So save your defenses of the breed for someone that hasn't been through this - the defense of this breed and the hopeless puppy stories you see about them on TV is all bullshit. If you feel that strongly enough about - unfriend me and F.O. You are not living this nightmare, and that disqualifies anything you say anyway."