Wednesday, February 21, 2018

DAYTON OH - 2 PIT BULLS INVADED A HOME AND INSTANTLY KILLED A WOMAN'S CAT "TIGER SUE" - THE MEAT GRINDERS HUNG AROUND FOR AN HOUR UNTIL REMOVED AC



Police here investigating after a woman’s cat was killed by loose dogs. 
A 58-year-old woman living in the 2300 block of Mundale Avenue reported to police Monday afternoon that her cat, named Tiger Sue, was killed by two neighborhood dogs, according to the police report.
“It was determined that the victim’s cat was killed by TWO PIT BULLS with obvious signs of ownership who entered the victim’s home,” reads to the police report.
The cat died almost immediately, the report states.
The dogs stayed on the woman’s property for an hour before animal control officers arrived and removed the dogs. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It really is upsetting how many animals pit bulls kill. Dogs, in most communities, are not supposed to be running at large. Nutters, being the irresponsible owners that they are, allow their pit bulls to roam at large and think nothing of the consequences. Nutters believe that their pit bulls are just like regular dogs. Regular dogs don't go around hunting and killing cats.

Breed specific legislation is racist and does nothing to promote safety, right nutters?