That poor little cat. Attacked in her own home where she should have been safe. What sort of emotions is the dog supporting for its owner if it is violent, predatory, bloodthirsty and running about loose without a collar?I watched the video on the news site. The dog owner came over to talk to the cat's owner and claimed the dog loved cats and was great when her niece came to visit. I hope that niece's parents take this as a warning to never let their little girl around the dog again. The scenery in the picture is so pretty. You would never think sitting on that patio, visiting with family that a vicious monster was about to come barreling into your home.The dog should have been seized and euthanized.
Another emotional crutch pit acting out how its DNA intended. It's too bad these emotional crutch pit bulls don't get the memo that they're supposed to be loving, gentle, supportive companions. GEE, I wonder if pit bulls should be banned as emotional support dogs? Who is going to emotionally support the victim? Who cares about victims, right?
i was just reading on Daxons friends that pits dont make good therapy dogs bc they pick up on their owners psychological problems and start acting crazy or violent themselves. i guess its one thing to have a crazy greyhound or poodle and quite another to have a crazy land shark , however im sure that some breeds are also just less reactive to to the moods ect of their owners . grey hounds are supposed to be a much more suitable breed for a therapy or emotional support and i believe it .
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