States Move to Bar Killing of Lab Dogs and Cats by Requiring Adoption Efforts

RINGO. FORMER LAB ANIMAL.

If testing substances on dogs and cats is necessary, which it probably isn’t, the least that could be done is to require the release of lab animals after a certain age, say 2 or 3 years for a dog or cat.

Labs should be required to release their subjects into the hands of animal rescue groups who can find them a forever home.

A few states are passing laws that give Beagles like Ringo a chance to enjoy life.

NBC News

Ringo the beagle loves all the things every dog would: Running in the yard, rides in the car and the frequent snack.

“He’s just so happy to sit right in your lappy,” his owner, Amy Bleich, an engineer in Edgewater, Maryland, said.

You’d never know that Ringo, now five years old, had lived the entire first two years of his life inside a small cage at a nearby medical laboratory. When he was first adopted by the Bleich family in 2015, he was nervous around people and other dogs, and thrown off by the feel of grass beneath his paws and cool gusts of wind under his floppy ears.

Continue reading

Chinese Zoo PEACOCKS INJURED When Chinks Pull Out Their FEATHERS

Even though I”m not a hater, it’s difficult not to hate the Chinese race if you care about animals.

Just last week a crowd of zoo goers stoned a kangaroo to death to try to make it hop, a story posted here.

Now it’s peacocks that the slants have harmed.

Whatever good qualities the inscrutable Oriental may have, respect for animal life isn’t one of them.

New Straits Times

HONG KONG: Tourists have plucked the tail feathers from four live peacocks at a zoo in eastern China, according to a newspaper report.

Continue reading

Dog named after “Rocky” for fighting spirit after being left in Pennsylvania park to die

It’s a miracle that a dog newly named Sly is alive.

It took a construction worker to spot his near lifeless body behind a tree in a park, a phone call, and a rescue group that took him in and performed life-saving surgery on the hapless creature.

CBS News and CBS Local Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A dog who was left to die in a park is finally eating after undergoing emergency surgery Tuesday night.

Continue reading

Dirty, No-Good Chinks Stone Zoo Kangaroo to Death Because It Wouldn’t Hop

I saw the headline on Friday saying that a kangaroo had been stoned to death and guessed that the stone throwing evil bastards were Chinese.

The chinks are among the worst ethnic groups in the world in the way they treat animals.

Sure there are exceptional Chinese who care about wildlife, but it’s not part of their genetic makeup.

I honestly don’t like the Chinese so much that I hate owning anything made in China. I try to buy older products made in the USA at thrift stores when I can find them. Having to touch something made by a chink gives me the creeps.

Huffington Post

One kangaroo was killed and another injured at a zoo in southeast China after visitors to their enclosure pelted the animals with rocks and other objects in an apparent attempt to get the kangaroos to hop around. The abuse has sparked fury online and prompted renewed scrutiny into the mistreatment of animals at Chinese zoos, several of which have gained notoriety in recent years for cramped and cruel conditions.

Continue reading

Nigger Charged with Throwing Chihuahua Off 7 Story Garage Had Been Arrested 40 Times Before

WAKEEM BEST. DINDU NUFFINS.

It’s rare that I will use the word Nigger in a post, but sometimes it’s the only word that fits.

Animal lovers in San Francisco want to see the dog murdering monster get the maximum penalty allowed by law. I believe they will stay with this case and get justice for Dunky, the Chihuahua.

ABC7 News

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The auto burglary suspect who hurled a chihuahua off the seventh floor of a San Francisco garage is no stranger to the law.

Continue reading

14 Year Old Abused Chihuahua “Sparrow” Found in Dumpster Taken in by Rescue Group

WFAA

A 14-year-old Chihuahua is recovering after being abandoned, apparently strangled and near death in a Dallas apartment complex Sunday night.

Continue reading

Hateful Gook Arrested for Pouring Scalding Hot Water on Caged Dog

The cruel Chink arrested for repeatedly pouring boiling water on a dog doesn’t even speak f*cking English!

We need to make it our mission to see that he’s deported from the People’s Republic of California, where Gooks can do no wrong, to his home country, where they probably eat dogs.

ENPING QU. FUTURE MASS SHOOTER. DEPORT NOW!

Daily Bulletin

Two teens at a Chino Valley park called sheriff’s officials after they watched and recorded a man at a nearby apartment building pouring scalding water on a caged dog Tuesday evening, according to San Bernardino County sheriff’s officials.

“You could hear the horror in the girl’s voice when she said, ‘Oh my god, is that boiling water?’ ” said Deputy Dan Renear on Wednesday.

The teens were in Pinehurst Park around 5 p.m. when Renear said they heard a dog whimpering. The 17-year-old boy and girl looked around and spotted the caged dog on the third-story balcony of a nearby apartment building. That’s when Renear said the pair saw a man, later identified as 22-year-old Enping Qu, use a tea kettle to pour water over his girlfriend’s dog.

Renear and a trainee, Dominic Ramirez, tracked down the right unit at the apartment in the 16000 block of Butterfield Ranch Road.

Qu, who spoke very limited English, allowed the deputies into the apartment, where they found the dog, still wet and warm, in the cage in the balcony.

Using Google translator on their phones, deputies learned the dog belonged to Qu’s girlfriend, who was at school, Renear said.

As Ramirez spoke to Qu, Renear spotted an electric tea kettle on a warming plate that had been turned off.

“But when I touched it, that thing was still scorching hot. I couldn’t even put my hand on it,” he said.

Because the complex is fairly new and doesn’t show up on all maps, Renear said it took Inland Valley Humane Society officers a little more than an hour to arrive at the complex.

“But even after an hour and a half or an hour and 15 minutes, when they tested the water — even after all that time — it was 129 degrees,” Renear said.

Detectives learned Qu poured hot water on the dog five times, according to a sheriff’s statement.

Qu was arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty and animal control officers took possession of the dog. It’s unclear if the dog will be returned to its owner, Renear said.

Records indicate Qu was released on bail.

“I’m a dog-lover and it makes you angry,” Renear said. “It was a very sweet and loving little dog.”

The case is still under investigation. Authorities ask anyone with information to call the Chino Hills sheriff’s station at 909-364-2000.

That dog better not be returned to its owner. I’m contacting someone about this case. We’re going to try to put Qu in prison and then get his sorry ass out of the USA.