New information about cat set on fire in Hayti, Mo.

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New information has been obtained from the veterinarian who examined the cat set on fire in Hayti, Mo .

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Animal Rights

Navarre, FL

#79 May 8, 2012
You all are blood thirsty, high fiving each other after each and ever KILL.
"Double Lung em and Hiss of DEATH"tells it all you creep. "Bowhunting is Euphoric."
There's nothing else you can say to defend yourself!!

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

Since: Jan 09

Double Lung em

#80 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
You all are blood thirsty, high fiving each other after each and ever KILL.
"Double Lung em and Hiss of DEATH"tells it all you creep. "Bowhunting is Euphoric."
There's nothing else you can say to defend yourself!!
Really ? That's the best you can do ? My bowhunting is legal, humane and part of a conservation effort you are too dense to understand. Try to grasp this... I don't have to defend myself to you or any other ignorant douchebag.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#81 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
You all are blood thirsty, high fiving each other after each and ever KILL.
"Double Lung em and Hiss of DEATH"tells it all you creep. "Bowhunting is Euphoric."
There's nothing else you can say to defend yourself!!
High fiving? Bwahahahahahahahahahahaha! You've been watching too much TV or something. I'm a hunter, not a football player. I don't slap anyone on the backside either. LMAO! I thank the Lord for his bounty and ask Him to accept the spirit of my prey after each and every kill. Shows how much you know. Remember, when you use ignorant stereotypes you end up being wrong the majority of the time. Also remember YOU'RE the one who insists that hunting is a "sport" not me. I don't "compete" with anyone when I hunt nor do I "win" anything. Hunting is hard honest work and by doing it well the hunter "earns" food and materials. Yes, I do enjoy a job well done in hunting as well as all other work I do. So, take your distorted stereotypical view and express it among those uneducated individuals who might be inclined to assign it some credibility because among hard working hunters and knowledgeable people you'll simply look like the fool you just made of yourself.
Animal Rights

Navarre, FL

#82 May 8, 2012
hiss of death wrote:
<quoted text>Really ? That's the best you can do ? My bowhunting is legal, humane and part of a conservation effort you are too dense to understand. Try to grasp this... I don't have to defend myself to you or any other ignorant douchebag.
Look at you, Mr. Hiss of death, the best you can do is end in ad hominem name calling.
Sterilization, shock therapy, and lobotomies were once legal too!
Also lynching was once allowed. Right!
The death penalty across the nation is slowly being abandoned with the advent of DNA testing and the discovery of all the innocent people on death row. Yeah your legal argument is as weak as thin ice.

“"Fortitudine Vincimus"”

Since: Oct 09

USA

#84 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
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Look at you, Mr. Hiss of death, the best you can do is end in ad hominem name calling.
Sterilization, shock therapy, and lobotomies were once legal too!
Also lynching was once allowed. Right!
The death penalty across the nation is slowly being abandoned with the advent of DNA testing and the discovery of all the innocent people on death row. Yeah your legal argument is as weak as thin ice.
Legal "argument"? Hunting is not only deemed legal by society at large world wide, but needed, moral and accepted by society. Hunting as well as eating meat and the use of leather have been utilized since the dawn of Man. It is not a legal "argument", it is.
Your simple opinion is not only contrary to the law, it goes against all of history.
You need to understand to use your opinion as a legal "argument", the burden of proof lies on you.
Good luck with that.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#85 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at you, Mr. Hiss of death, the best you can do is end in ad hominem name calling.
Sterilization, shock therapy, and lobotomies were once legal too!
Also lynching was once allowed. Right!
The death penalty across the nation is slowly being abandoned with the advent of DNA testing and the discovery of all the innocent people on death row. Yeah your legal argument is as weak as thin ice.
Are you really that uninformed??? The definition of "lynching" is an illegal hanging without due process. DNA testing is simply a way to make sure the right criminals are executed. If ARAs keep committing acts of terrorism they will find that the death penalty still has it's place in the crime and punishment equation. Please, do yourself a favor, get some good information before you post. HOD's legal argument is strong, air tight, and backed by the vast majority of normal sane people. Sorry but those are the facts.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

Since: Jan 09

Double Lung em

#86 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at you, Mr. Hiss of death, the best you can do is end in ad hominem name calling.
Sterilization, shock therapy, and lobotomies were once legal too!
Also lynching was once allowed. Right!
The death penalty across the nation is slowly being abandoned with the advent of DNA testing and the discovery of all the innocent people on death row. Yeah your legal argument is as weak as thin ice.
WOW! You just get dumber and farther out into left field with every post. Your liberal drivel has ZERO to do with hunting. Do you have enough common sense to realize that you wouldn't even be here if your ancestors hadn't been successful hunters ? Most animals kill for food and the ones that don't end up being the food. Accept it because it's how nature works and because you have NO choice. Yes, hunting is legal and that won't be changing in your lifetime or the lifetime of any children you may have.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

Since: Jan 09

Double Lung em

#87 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
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Look at you, Mr. Hiss of death, the best you can do is end in ad hominem name calling.
You called me a creep... so now you display your hypocrisy as well.

How predictable.

Since: Jan 09

KEEP OUT

#89 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
<quoted text>

Sterilization, shock therapy, and lobotomies were once legal too!
Also lynching was once allowed. Right!
The death penalty across the nation is slowly being abandoned with the advent of DNA testing and the discovery of all the innocent people on death row. Yeah your legal argument is as weak as thin ice.
You use human examples and try to apply them to animals.

Are you saying you oppose spaying/neuter programs?

Since: Jan 09

KEEP OUT

#91 May 8, 2012
Animal Rights wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at you, Mr. Hiss of death, the best you can do is end in ad hominem name calling.
Sterilization, shock therapy, and lobotomies were once legal too!
Also lynching was once allowed. Right!
The death penalty across the nation is slowly being abandoned with the advent of DNA testing and the discovery of all the innocent people on death row. Yeah your legal argument is as weak as thin ice.
BTW, many municipalities have begun urban hunting programs where hunting has never been allowed before. Just helping you expand your examples of "human" societal progression.
The changes you offer as examples are just that, "human" societal progression.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

Since: Jan 09

Double Lung em

#93 May 8, 2012
Christmas Hunter wrote:
<quoted text>BTW, many municipalities have begun urban hunting programs where hunting has never been allowed before. Just helping you expand your examples of "human" societal progression.
The changes you offer as examples are just that, "human" societal progression.
Now now CH, you know how logic just blows their little ARA minds.
Just me

Farmington, MO

#95 Jun 7, 2012
if anyone really knows who did this they need to be a little scared. Most people who commit violent crimes have done this kind of things to animals. Something is missing in their ability to determine what is right and wrong.

Chances are good that this person will end up in prison for some violent act.
Just me

Farmington, MO

#96 Jun 7, 2012
Just me wrote:
if anyone really knows who did this they need to be a little scared. Most people who commit violent crimes have done this kind of things to animals. Something is missing in their ability to determine what is right and wrong.
Chances are good that this person will end up in prison for some violent act.
I'm not talking about hunters here. Most people i know who hunt do so and store and eat the animals they hunt. I am talking about just being mean for the sake of causing hurt and anguish to an animal.
Wow

Farmington, MO

#97 Jun 8, 2012
Please come forward if you knw something! Someone needs to go to jail!

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