Friday, December 16, 2016

Savage. Just plain savage.

WARNING: GRAPHIC AND GRUESOME PHOTOS ARE POSTED BELOW.

Posted below are the worst pictures ever posted on this website.  A puppy was literally beaten to a pulp recently.  She was rescued by the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) but it was too late.  She was mercifully put down a few hours after her rescue.  Words can't describe the horror that was inflicted on this poor little animal.


A man called the ARF and said a dog needed to be rescued.  His story changed several times but they eventually met  him in Northeast Jackson.  He said this puppy needed help and gave them the dog.  They rushed her to a vet.  The pictures only show part of this puppy's suffering.  The right eyeball was popped completely out of the socket.  One leg was broken.  The lower jaw was gone from the beating.  The brain had swelling and there was an infection.  The dog was obviously in a great deal of pain.  Savages.   One can only hope that the savages who did this to this little puppy are eventually caught. 

The ARF is filing a report with JPD.   The staff at the ARF named her Thursday. 







21 comments:

Anonymous said...

I didn't look at the pictures. Remember that Farm Bureau fights every year in the Mississippi Legislature against punishment for this type of animal abuse and death. I'd never buy a policy from them and I'd never vote for a senator or representative in Mississippi who sides with the Farm Bureau on this issue.

Anonymous said...

The lax penalties for animal abuse aren't remotely a deterrent.

Anonymous said...

Will someone please find out why Farm Bureau spends thousands and thousands of dollars on lobbyist to make sure stronger animal cruelty laws do not get passed in the state legislature? Mike McCormick is the president of the MS farm bureau association who is leading the charge to keep lenient animal cruelty laws. I encourage you to email him and let him know what you think at mmccormick@msfb.org
It's absolutely ridiculous that we have the weakest laws in the country. We have to get the legislature to pass tougher laws this upcoming session.

Anonymous said...

Farm Bureau will continue to trot out the steaming pile of horse manure that tougher animal cruelty laws will adversely affect the farming community, when, lo and behold, other agricultural states function just fine with them.

Anonymous said...

Most thinking people understand that animal cruelty laws will be abused by Alinsky disciples who will seek to apply those laws to beef, pork and poultry operations. What seems to be a simple solution to a real problem will be bastardized by SJWs and godless cow fart opponents.

Anonymous said...

The common sense laws won't even pass the committee to get to the floor to be voted on. Some of these elected officials need to be outed so that constituents know who is in bed with the farm bureau lobbyist.

Anonymous said...

The laws that people have tried get passed (and gotten shot down in committee)clearly state that it applies to only household pets, specicfically dogs and cats, so don't give us that BS 10:03.

Former FB member said...

I am a FORMER farm bureau member and my late father was a county president. I quit farm bureau when this came up. The FB has less clout than it thinks it does and is way out of touch with its membership. Anyone who abuses pets should be flogged.

Anonymous said...

The Commissioner Of Agriculture campaigned against animal cruelty. She has done NOTHING to follow up.

Anonymous said...

Do the prosecutors prosecute those that break the law right now?

Anonymous said...

KF it would be great if someone like you with your connections could help shed some light on this situation and expose the necessary parties.

Anonymous said...

Prosecutor here, I've prosecuted an animal abuse case before, but only one. If no one sees the abuse or will testify against the defendant, there is little for us to do.

Anonymous said...

When we as a society grow the gonads to punish people for doing this type of crap to other people, then we can get all huffy about protecting our pets.

There are vicious and heinous crimes committed every day by humans against humans in this country who receive little, to no punishment (hope you're reading this Robert Schuler Smith).

I love my pets and would kill someone for harming them, but I also realize if we're not willing to inflict serious punishment for human on human crimes, our pets don't have a chance at ever getting protection from the legal system.

Anonymous said...

I saw this post this morning around 9 and it's burned into my mind. Simply horrifying. It's time to hold Farm Bureau accountable so that we can hold monsters like these accountable.

If they ever find him, I would love to offer the guy a grand if he could last 3 minutes with me. dead serious.

Anonymous said...

348. People get prosecuted and put to death alllll the time for crimes on other people. Animals can't defend themselves and need people to speak up for them. RSS is the exception not the rule thankfully. Keep trying to compare apples to dishwashers though.

Anonymous said...

@ 7:14

Yes, I agree with you. People do get punished for crimes, but it ain't working. Liberalism is in the continual process of watering down punishment, letting rapists, murderers and the like back into society to once again prey on the innocent. Remember the girl in North MS that was doused with gasoline and burned to death?

I'm sick of these savages doing these and other types of crimes to innocent people. Yes, the animals are defenseless and I'm with you on protecting them, but who says we can't do both?

Until violence is tempered with the fear of harsh punishment, we're not going anywhere. That goes for mistreating animals as well.

J Bonney said...

I sent an email to Farm Bureau president Mike McCormick referencing this post and suggesting that he might be on the wrong side of this discussion. Here is his "kiss my ass" response:

Farm Bureau does not support animal cruelty to any animal . The person responsible should be punished to the full extent . Thank you for your email .
Mike McCormick

We are all aware that the "full extent" punishment is hardly a slap on the wrist.



Anonymous said...

Many of the sick kids responsible for mass school shootings start with torturing their neighbor's dog or cat. Luke Woodham in Pearl is a prime example. There should be serious consequences for people that abuse pets. This is a no brainer.

Please email Mike McCormick to let him know that you want people that torture or murder someone's pet to suffer real consequences. It just might prevent the next school shooting.

mmccormick@msfb.org

Anonymous said...

9:58 pm " kids" or adults who torture small animals are sociopaths or psychotics and end up as our mass murderers, serial killers, murderers, child abusers and domestic abusers or else our worst criminals including white collar criminals. It's a matter of whether they are smart enough to accurately assess the risks vs the thrill of power and control over other living things.

They lack empathy. They are either sociopaths and are the center of their universe and it's all about power and control or else they are psychotic and hear voices telling them to do bad things. The latter can't assess risks. The former can do quite well and be charismatic and charming and manipulative but they don't mind killing their fellow citizens to profit from or control those around him.










The law needs to require not just punishment but long term treatment and we need to put their DNA in the system.

Anonymous said...

Maybe you could text this link to Mississippi Farm Bureau:

http://www.humanesociety.org/assets/images/animals/battery-cage-large-photos/battery_cage_conveyor_belt_4000x3000.jpg?credit=web_id230556997

Anonymous said...

The idiot posting December 16, 2016 at 10:03 AM is obviously a member of Farm Bureau:
"Most thinking people understand that animal cruelty laws will be abused by Alinsky disciples who will seek to apply those laws to beef, pork and poultry operations..."

What is not to understand in the very specific language in the bill regarding domestic animals. I believe the latest version has been made so specific as to read "dogs and cats" (sad for rabbits and other pets).

The McCormick weak and canned response above is inexcusable.



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