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3 Sherman shepherds killed my cat Insane/Crazy NSFW

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First time posting. Not sure if this belongs here. This video was so hard to watch.

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u/draugrdaemos Jul 31 '22 Narwhal Salute

My cat doesn't know what the sky looks like for this very reason. I'm in Texas, strays and outdoor pets meet the coyotes often here.

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u/Pirwzy Jul 31 '22

If I let my cat outside, it's only if I'm standing over him. Even if he naps for an hour on the porch. He never tries to leave the front yard, thankfully.

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u/ro0ibos2 Jul 31 '22

I don’t get why it’s seen as so strange for cats to be put on leashes.

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u/Ohmourningstar Jul 31 '22 edited Jul 31 '22

I literally take my kitty for a walk every single day it's not raining or adverse weather. She was a stray and I felt bad taking all her freedom away so this was the compromise. Not one day goes by without getting stopped by someone that says pretty much the exact same things every time.

Noodle on the move.

Edit: spelling and cat tax

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u/lophophaura Jul 31 '22

I’m literally walking my cat rn. Most of the time she is slow and sniffing like right now. Other times she bolts up trees after birds, keeps me on my toes and makes my phone case necessary

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u/hungoverlord Jul 31 '22

Was it difficult to get your cat to accept the leash or harness? I'm trying but my boys just don't seem to get it. They basically turn into pancakes when I put the harness on them.

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u/Ohmourningstar Jul 31 '22

It did take a little while to get her comfortable with it. We went through several different styles as well before I found one that worked well and that she was unable to get out of, the one that worked being the Kitty Holster. At first, I just put it on her for a little while inside each day to get accustomed to wearing it. Once she seemed okay with it on, I would open the door and let her walk out with the leash attached. I have a small extendable leash like they make for dogs, just much smaller with less force needed. She definitely became a sausage in the beginning, but eventually she took to it once she understood it meant she would be able to go outside if it was on. After awhile it just became smooth sailing, as soon as she hears the velcro, it doesn't matter where she is, she comes running knowing it's time to go outside for an hour or so.

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u/Charming-Fig-2544 Jul 31 '22

I walk my two cats around on a leash. I don't think they'd do anything dumb, but I definitely think a dog owner around here would and I want to be able to pick them up quickly.

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u/PanthraxIV Jul 31 '22

Same here. I love dogs, but everyone owns at least one now. And people really like to prove how trained their dogs are by walking them off leash.

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u/tattoosbyalisha Jul 31 '22

As a dog owner of a reactive dog, I HATE when people do this. My dog will freak out and then they want to get mad at me (he’s not aggressive just an asshole and it’s embarrassing)

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u/BlankImagination Jul 31 '22

Trained or not I would never let any 30+lb dog walk around a neighborhood without a leash.

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u/TheVog Jul 31 '22

It's more that 99.9%+ of cat owners don't leash train them or don't start early enough, leading to their reaction of "have you ever TRIED to put a leash on a cat"?

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u/Brilliantchick1 Jul 31 '22 Wholesome Seal of Approval

My cat starts purring the second he sees his harness and stays completely still while I put it on.

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u/Forward-Hat-7068 Jul 31 '22

They’re so precious right? Mine too. She’s 1. Loves her walks but otherwise does not set foot outside because of attacks such as this video. So sad.

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u/Brilliantchick1 Jul 31 '22

I have 4, and only one even likes going outside, so he's the only one that does it. The other 3 are too scared and always want back in immediately. The myth that your cats HAVE to go outside is just perpetuated by lazy people.

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u/PuzzleheadedGuide184 Jul 31 '22

Arguably, those three dogs should be on leashes.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '22

Yep - this is what can happen when you have 4 animals all off leash.

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u/EricIsEric Jul 31 '22

All pets outdoors should be wearing leashes, for their own protection as well as the protection of others.

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u/bingobawler Jul 31 '22

Ragdoll owner here, he comes into the garden only when fully supervised, like if I'm mowing the lawn or just chilling. Otherwise I take him out on a leash once a week for a sniff around.

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u/Likeminas Jul 31 '22

My neighbor's cat made it 3 years sleeping outside, until one fine morning as I walked out of my house I see him laying motionless in my front yard. When I got close I see his chest cavity wide open and the guts spilled over. It was a very gruesome scene. Coyotes probably got to him. I'm also TX btw.

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u/Orchidbleu Jul 31 '22

Coyotes would have drug the corpse off. No sense in wasting food. Sounds like something got yours. Like an owl or raccoon. Domestic dog.

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u/hungoverlord Jul 31 '22

My cat was indoor/outdoor for 13 years before he disappeared one day and never came back.

Also Texas. Happened about a year after we moved to a more woodsy area. Great area, but it ate my cat.

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u/cm40 Jul 31 '22

It was likely a domestic animal, like a dog. A coyote would have taken it with them and eaten just about all of it.

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u/renegadeYZ Jul 31 '22

Yep, let your cat outside and you're taking a risk every day.

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u/nanaboostme Jul 31 '22

Humans have the responsibility of supervising all domesticated animals-- whether from wildlife or other domesticated animals. This video was a prime example why both dogs and cats must be sheltered at all times.

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u/markender Jul 31 '22

There's a lot of reasons cats should mostly be kept inside. Your way of saying it is nicer than mine, good for you and all indoor cat people. -Bird enjoyer

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u/Mth281 Jul 31 '22

Yes this. I went through some financial issues for a year. And the place I was staying at didn’t allow cats. So my cat stayed with my mom for a year. My mom let my cat out anytime he wanted in a small town.

He ended up getting fiv and cat herpes. The vets also thought he had lung worms. He was given 2 years to live at 6 years ago.

I’ve been lucky, he’s a stubborn food addicted and weighs 20lbs. He’s now almost 15. And still bosses my German shepherds around.

Cats being outside can really lead to some health issues. So dont do it.

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u/TheGrimReality77 Jul 31 '22

So it should be. No pet should be straying outside unaccompanied, and always appropriately restrained. Dog, cat, whatever. They are 100% the owner's responsibility at all times.

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u/Devo3290 Jul 31 '22

You’re right to be concerned. I live in Texas too and my PITBULL was attacked by a stray dog while we were walking the trails. Only reason why he didn’t kill my pit was because my pit RAN as soon as his leg got free and I held down the stray. I got bit too and had to get $1000 worth of rabies shots that same night. Now I don’t even take him around the block without carrying mace

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u/Longjumping_Breath_7 Jul 31 '22

That was the saddest fucking thing. I’m sorry man

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u/RaySwift17 Jul 31 '22

Bruh I've never been this sad watching a reddit video. Poor cat :(

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u/PrimSchooler Jul 31 '22

There's that video of a dog eating a cat in front of her elderly owner after breaking into her house. Stuff of nightmares.

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u/Acoustic_Noob Jul 31 '22

It’s even worse, she’s in a wheelchair :(

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u/ThatOneAnonPerson Jul 31 '22 Helpful Wholesome Seal of Approval Bravo Grande!

Why was a cat in a wheelchair?

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u/jkhockey15 Jul 31 '22

Previous dog attack

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u/TorrenceMightingale Jul 31 '22

Came back to finish the job?

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u/jyep9999 Jul 31 '22

Duh. Because it can't walk

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u/TruStory2426 Jul 31 '22

There's a video of wild hogs eating a newborn somewhere floating around reddit.

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u/Nicer_Chile Jul 31 '22

i sae the title the tag, and went directly to the comments. as a cat owner, no way in hell im watching that video.

the title its so fcking sad already.

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u/poppa_koils Jul 31 '22

Damn straight. Only thing I'll add, is keep your fking dogs on a leash!

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u/Mission_Table_6695 Jul 31 '22

Dogs should have been Inside, cat should have been Inside.

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u/Lauraphina Jul 31 '22

i just woke up and im crying already... damn

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u/potted Jul 31 '22

Why the fuck this hit me harder than WPD content?

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u/ferox333 Jul 31 '22

I’m so sorry this happened to your poor kitty!

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u/OneArchedEyebrow Jul 31 '22

Oh no, I just couldn’t watch it. My heart goes out to you. ❤️

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u/slabrangoon Jul 31 '22

Me either, I can watch some gory shit but only got about 2 seconds in on this one

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u/Cambyses_daBaller Jul 31 '22

I have one those cat that whines til you let it out. My solution, since I don’t believe in outside cats is to walk it in a harness just like I would a dog. Due to the potential for the unfortunate to happen, no pet should become the community’s problem by being left outside unsupervised.

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u/StarXSick Jul 31 '22

Huskies. 3 huskies (possibly malamutes or mixes) Sorry about your kitty.

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u/Fuckth3shitredditapp Jul 31 '22

100% Huskies I had one husky coming in and take out my entire flock of chickens and one of my cats, right fuck my neighbor and their dog

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u/SukottoHyu Jul 31 '22

If it was my parent's Malamute he would have tried to eat it. I saw him eat an entire pheasant whole. Not saying he would be able to fit a cat down his gullet, but he would have tried.

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u/SupergruenZ Jul 31 '22

They don't look like german shepherds, more like husky

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u/AlbinoKiwi47 Jul 31 '22

I’ve heard that huskies are a notorious breed for this kind of thing, something about a really strong prey drive that’s part of their nature?

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u/ModernPirate Jul 31 '22

This is absolutely true, ive had several huskies and they are the dopiest, happiest animals when they meet a human or another dog, but small animals and thier prey drive takes over.

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u/SicDigital Jul 31 '22

When I volunteered at the local Humane Society, people wanting to adopt had an interview to make sure the dog or cat would be a good fit (house or apartment, any other pets in the home, small children, work schedule etc) because you're not "rescuing" a high energy dog if it's going to be alone in an apartment for 12 hours a day for example. Or if it's an older dog with a history of attacking cats, and you have a cat, they're not going to let you adopt that dog.

Huskies are only ok'd to be in a house with cats if the husky was a puppy, so it could grow up around the cat. I dated a girl with a husky, and she'd bring it over to my place (I had two cats and a dog) and it would snuggle on the couch with my cats, presumably because it was raised around cats. But if you were walking that husky, and it saw a squirrel or rabbit or whatever, you're either losing an arm or getting dragged lol.

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u/mongo42069XD Jul 31 '22

I have worked with huskies for the last 4-5 years and yes they have a really high prey drive. If i remember correctly back in the day when huskies where mostly used for sledding (as they are breed for) and whenever they weren't working they would run around hunting etc

I also have a husky and grayhound mix and she has a pretty intense prey drive but luckily she's never taken any pets she's only taken a few birds that said it's important to remember that they do this because of instincts much like how a cat will go hunting too. although it's awful

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u/VWVVWVVV Jul 31 '22

I think the drive to hunt gets worse when they’re assisted by other large dogs.

We had a husky and the one thing we could not get rid of is the need to hunt & play/torture small animals. We had cats and most were terrified of her except one male cat that for whatever reason wanted to play with her.

She didn’t harm our cats though.

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u/mongo42069XD Jul 31 '22

Dogs are often worse in groups kinda like teens i guess

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u/Conversecat Jul 31 '22

Pack mentality

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u/bluvelvet- Jul 31 '22

yes thats accurate. My cat was mauled to death by 2 huskies.

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u/Crzykupcake930 Jul 31 '22

And I know my friend’s husky loves to “hunt.” This is so sad. I feel for the owner but yes, unfortunately husky’s I believe eat just one step above raw meat. At least hers do.

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u/nametaglost Jul 31 '22

What does this comment even mean? Most dogs love to hunt (hence squeaky toys) and are easily capable of eating and digesting raw meat. Just cause we domesticated them doesn’t mean they don’t come from the same family as wolves. They’re animals.

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u/HillTopTerrace Jul 31 '22

Yeah, I don’t want to argue when you are grieving. But those aren’t GSD. I am not justifying or making an excuse that this means malamutes or huskies are more prone. But these aren’t German Shepherds.

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u/SiggiZeBear Jul 31 '22

No he said sherman shepherds

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u/mojo7564 Jul 31 '22 Hugz Keep Calm Tearing Up

She was about 16 years old. A beautiful old stubborn cat who wasn’t afraid of anything. She was an indoor cat till about 4 years ago when she wouldn’t stop whining till she was let out. She never really left the front yard was too old to even hunt probably.

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u/Existing_Pea_7323 Jul 31 '22

I cannot imagine words can ease your pain but I am terribly sorry for your loss, I cant imagine what it must be like for you to hear those screams, for the rest of us its just a random cat yelling, but for you it’s family. RIP

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u/confucinfused96 Jul 31 '22

Now thankful I didn't turn on the sound

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u/unassumingnewt Jul 31 '22

Yeah, the sound made me sick ngl.. had to go hug my cat to calm down. The fact the owner has to watch/hear this breaks my fucking heart.

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u/confucinfused96 Jul 31 '22

I can't even imagine. No doubt, I'd fkn lose it.

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u/Maverekt Jul 31 '22

Yeah it made me really really upset… made me think of the video of the lady with the pit bull out in public attacking a golden.

This shit is rough..

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u/skoupidia22 Jul 31 '22

Yes dude don't i did and so badly regret it

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u/SiegeThem Jul 31 '22

Yeah same

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u/Zeestars Jul 31 '22

Yeah me too. And it’s staying muted. I couldn’t even watch. OP, I am so sorry for your loss :(

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u/JimmyM0240 Jul 31 '22

I wish I didn't...

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u/BigFuckHead_ Jul 31 '22

I was holding it together until I turned on sound. So sorry OP

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u/CP_1919_ Jul 31 '22

My sister's cat was killed in a similar way by a pair of escaped huskies at the start of the year. The huskies guarded little George's body and responded with aggression if I approached them. I waited for 3 hours with no response from the police or dog warden. Eventually the owners showed up, said a paltry singular sorry and took the dogs away. They even had the cheek to mention that it was the 3rd time the dogs had escaped that month. Nothing was ever done as a result of the report to the dog warden and I still regularly see their dogs out of control. It's just a matter of time before a person gets hurt, the police would care then, but it'd already be too late. I'm sorry you lost your cat, it sounds like you gave them a great 16 years.

Irresponsible owners can get absolutely fucked.

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u/Melodic-Advice9930 Jul 31 '22

I feel this. I have a neighbor with two aggressive dogs. Sometimes they keep them outside on leads - one at the front door and one at the back. The bigger one got loose one morning and chased my dog and I back up the road and to my porch. It ended up standing in my driveway just staring at my house for a while before it finally left. I had fallen at one point and hurt my knee, and already had ankle issues from a work accident.

The smaller one got loose too, about two weeks later. Ended up killing one of our neighborhood cats and dragging its body back to its house. I KNOW the fucking owners had to have found it. I called animal control both times but nothing has ever been done about them. They always manage to get the dogs inside right before anyone stops by, too. I don’t know how they manage that.

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u/SummaAwilum Jul 31 '22

Can only speak for the US, but your sister can file a lawsuit against the dog owner. Statute of limitations is typically 2-3 years depending on which state, but if it happened earlier this year it isn’t too late to pursue. If the dog owners are being willfully negligent then punitive damages are a potential way the courts can help them get a clue about their dangerous behavior.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '22

I had to take a bitch (she was) to court after her two dogs came in my yard. Ripped through my screen and attacked my cat. My cat was injured, I was injured and they destroyed my Christmas tree.

Animal control came and got the dogs. I called her afterwards to try to avoid court. First she denied they were her dogs, then said I must have invited them in my house and any injuries must be from my cat scratching me.

When we got to court she did the "poor me, I had no idea, I have no money" This lady lives in the rich neighborhood down the road and she refused to pay the vet bills. The judge made her pay though. Saw her dogs out again a couple weeks later. Fuck her.

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u/ToeKnee_420 Jul 31 '22

yessssssssssssss GET EM

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u/Bibibis Jul 31 '22

It's time to plead the 2nd

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u/Novusor Jul 31 '22

Indeed get a gun. Best dog stopper there is.

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u/HookersAreTrueLove Jul 31 '22

Pretty much every time I think about buying guns, it's always in response to people's dogs.

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u/hujassman Jul 31 '22

Especially a situation like this where there is more than one. What happens if you get confronted out walking or whatever.? Maybe pepper spray works , too. I have no desire to hurt someone's dogs, but if that's what it takes to protect myself or others or my own pets, that's pretty simple math.

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u/JackBauerSaidSo Jul 31 '22

Absolutely one of those "I never wanted to, but it's clear I have no other choice" situations.

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u/SeanSeanySean Jul 31 '22

You have good reason to be fearful, my wife was savagely mauled last year, surgery and lifelong therapy, she'll never be the same.

Pepper spray is good enough for dogs, although you could also carry a taser as a backup if you encountered a group of dogs, ran out of spray or you happened to come across the one dog who isn't stopped by pepper spray.

A gun though, while I'm a 2A supporter, there are too many instances where even trained gun owners accidentally shoot a person when attempting to shoot an attacking dog. I don't know that it's worth the risk.

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u/DudeIsAbiden Jul 31 '22

I started carrying mace while running in town about 5 years ago, specifically because of the loose dogs. About 18 years ago a pit was roaming the neighborhood killing cats and attacking dogs, tracked him to where he lived (holes in the fence, owners did not GAF) I left the gate open to my backyard and patiently waited. Then some stuff happened, and when the cops showed up in the alley I was all like, yeah, I heard the shot too, WTF is this world coming to? People shooting dogs right in the alley SMH

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u/ComfortablePilot1355 Jul 31 '22

Are you going to find the owners of the dogs?

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u/Aqurum Jul 31 '22 Take My Energy

I hade an old cat named Goodie who was killed by a roaming Rottweiler in our front yard. He didn't run, he wasn't scared. He'd never met a mean dog in all his years. Then this big mean ugly thing came along and eviscerated him. I know the pain that comes with this, and I am very sorry you are feeling it.

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u/loudmouth_kenzo Jul 31 '22

Growing up, friend’s dad I worked for took in strays and kept them at his warehouse where he sold wholesale to retail stores. There was a shady junkyard / chop shop next door. Junkyard owner was a piece of shit that had a bunch of asshole dogs.

We come in one morning and see blood and fur by the shared chainlink fence. Tell friend’s dad.

He goes over and looks. Figures of the dogs must have killed a squirrel or something. Maybe the dog got under the shitty fence.

Gets closer and stars cursing like a madman. It was one of the cats. Not just any cat either, his favorite. Mauled to pieces. Sends us home, no work today, he’s too mad.

So later on we find out that while we were gone he went and bought a steak and lured one of the dogs over. It finds a spot under the fence to climb under.

When the dog’s halfway through the fence, he pulls his little .38 out and domes it.

Told the junkyard owner to get his dog. Junkyard owner comes over. Friend’s dad said if this happens again he’s gonna dome him next. Junkyard owner says he’ll have the fence fixed.

Junkyard dude never called the cops, we suspect they were selling drugs or chopping up stolen cars. Fucking insane.

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u/mrcloudcat Jul 31 '22

I really hate this. I have a cat too. Terribly sorry for your loss.

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u/Mr_PunchFace Jul 31 '22

Sorry that's so sad

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u/mojo7564 Jul 31 '22

Everyone is saying i should have added NSFW to the title. But this is posted in crazyfuckingvideos. Isn’t it implied? Serious question.

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u/JudgeJuryExecutionar Jul 31 '22

The issue is it ends up on the popular front page, everyone including people not in crazyfuckingvideos will see it.

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u/Dakooder Jul 31 '22

The sub + title is plenty imo

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u/skb97 Jul 31 '22

Sometime it makes to r/popular or r/all and nobody wants to see NSFW content without warning

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u/BaconWithBaking Jul 31 '22

I can take a guys head getting blown off, but some old kitty getting pulled to death by some dogs will break my week.

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u/Samuraiking Jul 31 '22

Did you find out whose dogs they are yet? They shouldn't be letting 3 huskies or w/e they are run free like that, even if they were polite dogs and didn't murder cats. All dogs need to be kept on a leash while being walked or inside of a fence/house at all times.

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u/OneArchedEyebrow Jul 31 '22

Not that the cat wasn’t important, but can you imagine if that was a child playing in the front yard? I couldn’t imagine what it would take to stop not one, but three large dogs attacking. The owner needs to be brought to justice.

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u/softdaddy69 Jul 31 '22

awful. My cat is also indoors and has been whining to be let out lately… yeah nah

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u/DogGodFrogLog Jul 31 '22

Damn, this is why I got a cat door and screened in my porch. I always worry so much about my oldie. Sorry for your loss.

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u/ExNihiloish Jul 31 '22

My cat cries and tries to get out sometimes. The main reason I won't let him out is due to ticks and stuff, another is because there are a couple dogs that roam free and I fear what happened in this video.

Poor guy gets sad sometimes, but he gets over it. Keeping him safe is more important.

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u/Ic3_FoxX Jul 31 '22

Really sad video but at least she has reached a good age with 16. One can only hope that it was a beautiful 16 years for both of you. Look rather that you keep the positive in memory instead of this tragic end.

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u/Profett Jul 31 '22

I am so sorry for your loss. That is such a terrible way to go.

Until half a year ago, when my now ex adopted to rescue cats, I had always considered myself a dog person. Before, I didn't really get what was so great with cats. But now, I do. I now love cats and dogs equally and hate idiot cat or dog owners with such a fury I can't even put into words. Sure, those dogs might have snuck out and just acted according to their true nature as a small pack, but it's easier for me to blame the owner for carelessness.

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u/A_Rampaging_Hobo Jul 31 '22

Rest in Peace little cat. The world is so cruel.

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u/tristanraewhite Jul 31 '22

I’m so sorry. This would absolutely traumatizing me. My cat loves being outside too. This is just unfortunate.

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u/Suspicious-Hotel-225 Jul 31 '22

I cannot for the life of me understand how someone can watch a video like this, or see a dead cat on the side of the road, and let their own cat continue to roam alone outside. I have 2 cats and I will neeevvvverrr let them just run around freely. Because I love them and care about their well being.

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u/crexlove Jul 31 '22

Yes. I hope OP found the owners because if you can't fucking keep your pets contained you don't deserve to have them. Why the fuck were these dogs roaming free at night? Ugh. Irresponsible pet owners are absolute scum.

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u/thewavefixation Jul 31 '22

Sounds like multiple pets were not contained. Thus the tragedy

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u/YESimaMASSHOLE Jul 31 '22

If I saw this happening to my cat, god help me. I would be the one on the video everyone is talking shit about. I hate that OP had to see the video..sorry for your kitty.

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u/Calypso-Noir Jul 31 '22

I hate how common it is to have random unhinged dogs roaming the streets like seriously take better fucking care of them. I've had a big dog follow me home and try to attack the back of my legs like oh my fuck. I had to go put in a complaint because that dog was lose so many times, it killed my dog prior to my incident with it

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u/BardTheBoatman Jul 31 '22

Neighborhood dog*

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u/jiub_the_dunmer Jul 31 '22

you can edit your comments you know

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u/BardTheBoatman Jul 31 '22

I did not know that. I’m not even kidding, please tell me how lol. legit have never edited one before

It was the pencil. I feel really really dumb but your comment made me see it so thank you very much.

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u/whats8 Jul 31 '22

6 years on Reddit and you didn't know you could edit comments? No offense, but how is that possible?

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u/football2106 Jul 31 '22 edited Jul 31 '22

I’ve started walking my dogs with my pistol on me for this reason. They’re ~70lb black lab mixes and I’m pretty sure they could hold their own, but too many times in my neighborhood has one of my dogs been charged and had to defend itself. They’re either out walking on their own, unleashed in their front yard, or there’s one house where the dogs have crawled out from underneath a fence to come charge at me and my dogs. Oddly enough the free-roaming dogs only ever go after my pit-lab mix, never my other one (unsure of his specific mix). It has lead to an increased anxiety and some aggression from him around other dogs for this exact reason.

There’s also someone in my neighborhood who has the most unhinged German shepherd I’ve ever seen so I’m always careful when they’re walking by.

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u/Soft-Gwen Jul 31 '22

Seriously. If this happened to one of my pets I'd be out hunting.

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u/Tantion97 Jul 31 '22

Poor little thing

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u/Lonely_Guidance1284 Jul 31 '22

This is horrific. I am so sorry. Why were they off leash?

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '22

Yeah good question - looks like all the animals were off leash here

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u/Carmelioz Jul 31 '22

Don't say sorry, I'm a pet owner, I have 2 cats and a dog and no way in hell do I let them outside or the dog off leash. This is what happens. My cats are strictly indoors.

This shouldn't happen

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u/Huge-Connection954 Jul 31 '22

I was walking one day and saw a cat in a driveway so flattened it looked like a rug. I looked up stuff online and everyone said if u own a cat and leave it outside, it wont last long

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u/lokewomen7 Jul 31 '22

2 to 5 years is the average lifespan of an outdoor cat. 16 to 18 years is the average lifespan of an indoor cat.

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u/narlycharley Jul 31 '22

Cats are terrible for wildlife too, especially birds.

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u/Carmelioz Jul 31 '22

Yep, for small reptiles as well

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u/Legacy_user1010 Jul 31 '22

That sucks. If you know who owns them you should talk to a lawyer.

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u/Dr_Brown_Bro Jul 31 '22

What they said.

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u/CosmicBubb Jul 31 '22

Find the owner, eat his dog.

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u/wombatthing Jul 31 '22

And the owner

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u/Thrannn Jul 31 '22

Fuck i cant watch this... poor cat

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u/c-m-17 Jul 31 '22

My question to OP, WHERE IS THE OWNER OF THE DOGS?

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u/Jackal4550 Jul 31 '22

Why the fuck is there a pack of German Shepherds roaming the neighborhood?

I'm so sorry for your loss sincerely.

German shepherds are my breed for life and I will always own them but letting them roam free like this is insane. Very smart and powerful dogs.

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u/Relevant_Rope9769 Jul 31 '22

I love dogs and don't really like cats but fuck them dogs and their owner.

Sorry for your loss and sorry for how your cat died.

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u/broom3stick Jul 31 '22

I don’t like cats but that was hard to watch.

Just not fair. I’m so sorry for your loss.

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u/TheAbyss1983 Jul 31 '22

Did you find their owners..?

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u/Happy_Enough Jul 31 '22

The dogs of the world will fear the wrath of assmuncher4206969

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u/BallerForHire Jul 31 '22

All of them 360 no scoped

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u/DL05 Jul 31 '22

And why the hell were 3 German Shepards loose and free to roam?

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u/Tracilla Jul 31 '22

God, that’s horrible! I’m so sorry.

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u/FlusteredCaptaincy Jul 31 '22

Poor cat. May his soul rest in peace

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u/CilantroSappho Jul 31 '22

I’ve had 3 outside cats that I “adopted”. They weren’t mine. My mom and my sister are deathly allergic. They would follow me home from walking my dogs and would always talk and cuddle with me. I actually tried to get my family to build in a screened porch for them to stay. The cats, Smokey, Sushi, and Blue, were so sweet and loving. Even my dogs enjoyed their company. They following me the entire half mile walk. And at the end, would stay on my porch and stare at me through the window. Blue was the most attached one. He would see me through the window and I would go into the other room. He knew to walk around the house to see me from the back deck. I loved these cats very much. I played with them, gave them water bowls, and fed them. They even slept on our deck furniture. Unfortunately, every time one had stayed outside for too long, I’d pick them up and bring them home. The owners never acted like anything was wrong. And Blue would stay up to 2 weeks at a time never once going home. I explained to them that they should keep him inside or he could get hit by a car or attacked by a loose dog. They never listened. Blue was killed by a car right in front of my driveway. I cried so hard because my entire goal was to have him safe and I knew this could happen but couldn’t do anything about it. Smokey went missing last year and I haven’t seen him since. I hope someone saw just how sweet he was and decided to take him home with them. I know it’s not likely but I just hope that’s the case. Sushi is still alive and well. I’ve made a promise that as soon as I move out I’ll take her with me. Before anyone shames me: she has literal mites. They never take care of her. I would give her a much better home than these people who claim they love their cats. Sushi is an older cat and I think she’d be perfectly fine to spend her last years in a warm house. I can’t stand it when people let their cats loose. When something bad happens, they shouldn’t get to complain. They knew the risks and still did it.

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u/Status_Aerie9615 Jul 31 '22

Why the fuck do people just let their dogs roam around freely unsupervised? If somebody would've came out with a bat or gun the dog owners would be pissed off. Jeep your fucking dogs at your own house unless you're taking them for a fucking walk. I can't tell you how many times I've ran dogs off my families property. We moved to this neighborhood when I was in Elementary school. Someone would just let their 3 dogs run loose. Tearing up trash, barking and growling at you in your front yard. I was scared at first, but then got sick of that shit.

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u/zaraishu Jul 31 '22

Reverse John Wick

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u/Certain_Horse_7919 Jul 31 '22

Exactly. Even if my friend is gone they will follow shortly

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u/SirNanashi Jul 31 '22

No way in hell i can watch this video

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u/Rydropwn Jul 31 '22

brutal.

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u/ChillyCatCharlie Jul 31 '22

This fills me with the deepest rage

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u/lkkki Jul 31 '22

glad I'm not the only one wondering, and I've seen some fucked up shit in my life.

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u/diazepamcakes Jul 31 '22

I’d keep the video for evidence in legal proceedings because you bet I’m coming for the owner of these dogs after this.

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u/earoar Jul 31 '22

A lawyer (if you could find anyone who would even take the case) would get more than you’d ever get from the legal proceeding’s.

I’d save the video too, to send to animal control and hopefully have the dogs taken from their owner and rehomed with someone who’s capable of properly controlling them.

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u/bondagewithjesus Jul 31 '22

i mean you could do that and also not post it to the internet

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u/whereshoney Jul 31 '22

Right?! Slap a NSFL on this post please

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u/reetunus Jul 31 '22

I’m so sorry man

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u/novoatrabajar Jul 31 '22

Sorry your cat had to go through this, can’t imagine how it feels 😔

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u/foxybish89 Jul 31 '22

This exact thing happened to my cat although different breed of dog. When I heard the commotion I ran outside to try and get to my cat at which point they basically turned on me to stop me from retrieving her. I was bitten a couple of times and eventually after getting my cat back and taking her inside I’ll never forget how she was meowing at me putting her paws on my face as she passed. What also infuriated me was as I tried to get back into the house the dogs almost made it inside where I had another 2 cats, my dog and baby.

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u/Clawmedaddy Jul 31 '22

ALL pets should be kept as indoor pets. Sorry about your cat

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u/renasissanceman6 Jul 31 '22

Don’t let your cats outside people!! This is what can happen to them.

This won’t be happening to my cats anytime ever.

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u/Clearskies37 Jul 31 '22

Dogs in packs are very dangerous. Just like humans in mobs, they will be much more aggressive than if you only met one dog.

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u/H3llavati0nal Jul 31 '22

Damn, that sucks. Makes me happy my cat is indoor

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u/jesuisbryx Jul 31 '22

Yo. NSFW.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '22

It’s irresponsible for you to let you cat wander around outside unsupervised. Unfortunately, you learned this the hard way.

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u/DatBoiGames Jul 31 '22

I find it interesting everyone is discussing a huskies innate “prey drive” normally, but when a pitbull bites something it’s nothing but vicious killer instinct lol

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u/Worry_Deep Jul 31 '22

This is a little odd. Why would you share this painful, horrendous moment? If something happened to my little dog, the last thing I’d want to do is publish it for internet consumption.

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u/jbizzle59 Jul 31 '22

I'm not trying to sound like an ass but please everyone for this reason and many more like it. don't let your cat be an outdoor cat.

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u/DemoniteBL Jul 31 '22

That's one of the many reasons why cats should be kept indoors.

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u/TheGamingOnion Jul 31 '22

I know you probably won’t see this op, but as a cat owner my self I am so sorry for your loss. I would be absolutely devastated if I was in your shoes.

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u/good_testing_bad Jul 31 '22

Keep your cat indoors and your dogs contained. It's a pet ownership responsibility.

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u/Incellius_Maximus Jul 31 '22

Why are three large dogs just out roaming the street? I live in the UK and that would cause outrage here. They would be rounded up ASAP.

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u/H3nrySumm3rs Jul 31 '22

This is why you shouldn’t leave your pets outside

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u/Dreadful_Crows Jul 31 '22

This is absolutely tragic but the fact is the average lifespan of an indoor cat ranges from 10 to 20 years, whereas cats who go outdoors typically live only 2 to 5 years. OP stated this was an indoor cat until 4 years ago. I guess she lasted 2 more years outside than most other cats but you have to beat those odds every single day, most cats don't.

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u/FeelingFloor2083 Jul 31 '22

looks like OP got a dog about 5 years ago

To let the cat make the decision where it stays is a poor one

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u/pandora9715 Jul 31 '22

Outdoor cats are a liability.

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u/OrdinaryTruth69420 Jul 31 '22

What idiot let’s their animal/s outside like that?

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u/sorkee Jul 31 '22

Fuck me, ive seen everything, but im not watching this. Im really sorry OP.

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u/Icy_Afternoon_1118 Jul 31 '22

Everyone shits on toy breeds but they are way easier to control/kill worst case scenario.

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u/itchiepants21 Jul 31 '22

A pit bull killed my favorite cat on my back porch many years ago. She was the best smartest cat. She would come when you called her. I loved her. I couldn't have another cat for 30 years. Finally, 2 years ago, an elderly friend had to give hers away because she was in the hospital too much. She couldn't take care of it. Since I have twin boys, I couldn't have just one cat, so I got another to join Sam. I got super lucky and Winnie is a real character too. She plays fetch just like a dog. Took me years but I was able to get there.

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u/Akasuki_Asahi Jul 31 '22

Make sure you keep your cats secured, leaving them outside is a no bo

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u/leafielight Jul 31 '22

I mean… you left your 16 year old cat outside. I don’t think this is anyone’s fault but your own.

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u/raunak_9000 Jul 31 '22

Happy Cake Day

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u/Lower_Customer_3246 Jul 31 '22

How unhinged do you have to be to post this? My beloved pet dies and the first thing I do is post the horrific video online for all to see? I literally can’t even fathom doing this. What was your thought process here?

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u/Excellent_Cherry_799 Jul 31 '22

welp this why i keep my cat indoors only. how the fuck you let a cat out of the house and not expect something like this to happen? i mean same goes for the dogs in this case, but if not them, would have been a coyote or some other wild animal.

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u/jaime581 Jul 31 '22

That’s tuff. Don’t leave ur cats outside people they are a major invasive problem keep them inside at all times.

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