Latino Scumbag Sentenced for Throwing Boy’s Chihuahua Off Balcony

FILE PHOTO OF CHIHUAHUA, NOT THE DOG IN THE STORY.

The ancestors of the dirtbag who threw a tiny doggo off a balcony in California were cutting the hearts out of living victims. Mexicans, descendants of the Aztecs, seem to have a mean streak in them. All manner of human and animal cruelty is a part of their culture.

The perp here won’t get much respect in prison for harming a dog. If he tries pulling his macho man act in prison he may end up on the receiving end of a shiv. If he lives through prison, then back to Mexico with him.

Long Beach Press Telegram

A 24-year-old man who admitted to throwing a 10-year-old boy’s assistance dog off of a Long Beach balcony was sentenced to three years and eight months in state prison on Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

The dog, 1-year-old Chihuahua named Pearl, survived the fall but is still recovering from her injuries, according to authorities.

The defendant, 24-year-old Jose Yvani Herrera, pleaded no contest to felony cruelty to an animal moments before Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Judith L. Meyer sentenced him during a hearing Wednesday, according to prosecutors.

In addition to the prison time, Meyer ordered Herrera not to own, care for or live with any animals for 10 years, the district attorney’s office said in a statement.

Prosecutors said Herrera threw the dog off of a balcony on May 7 at a home in the 200 block of Artesia Boulevard where he lived with his ex-girlfriend, her 10-year-old brother with special needs and their 41-year-old mother.

The mother told police that Herrera had picked up the dog and hurled it, according to authorities.

Pearl suffered “significant injuries to her eye,” prosecutors said. Officers arrested Herrera at the scene without any trouble, according to authorities.

Because the dog needed specialized medical care from the fall, Pearl is recovering with Long Beach Animal Care Services instead of the family.

Herrera has a previous conviction for second-degree robbery in 2015, authorities said.

Hey, Jose! Don’t ever go to sleep, amigo, because I’ve smuggled this monster into prison, and she’s coming after you as you catch some zzzz’s.

Horribly Mutilated Detroit Dog Finds New Forever Home with White Couple

BARON SMILING.

Regular readers will know that this story incites my righteous anger, and yes, righteous hatred, toward the individual who cut off Baron the dog’s nose, ears, and tail.

Again, if you’re a regular reader, you know that the individual who did this, who has not yet been identified, will be found to be an African-American. This group of so-called people have proven over and over that they are feral savages.

But let us release our righteous hatred for a moment and rejoice that Baron has found a forever home with a nice white couple. It appears that he has had some sort of plastic reconstructive nose surgery that may allow him to breathe better.

Hail Baron, the new King of his loving home.

Click on Detroit

DETROIT – A dog that was found abandoned in the streets of Detroit with its nose, ears and tail cut off has found a new home.

The Michigan Humane Society made the announcement on Wednesday:

The Michigan Humane Society is happy to share the exciting news that Baron, the injured rottweiler, has found his forever home! We would like to thank everyone involved in his recovery for their time and dedication. To everyone that called, emailed, donated or shared his story, you have our gratitude. It’s because of your support that rescues like Baron’s are possible. Please join us in wishing Baron and his new family all the best.

Baron was found by the Michigan Humane Society on Jan. 17 after a concerned resident saw him in the area suffering with severe injuries.

The rottweiler was taken back to the Michigan Humane Society’s Mackey Center for Animal Care, in Detroit.

“It appears that someone purposely maimed this poor dog, which has caused it a great deal of suffering,” Mark Ramos, one of MHS’ lead cruelty investigators, said. “This kind of cruelty is unacceptable. We need to be a voice for these animals, and as a community, we need to speak through our strong actions to make sure this doesn’t happen again. If you know anything about this case, call the MHS hotline now at 313-872-3401 and help us find the person responsible. This animal deserves justice.”

Gordo the Dog Hit By Suspect’s Vehicle In Police Chase Comes Through Surgery ‘Like A Rock Star’

Gordo undergoing surgery (Source:  http://accessanimalhospitals.com/blog/)

Gordo undergoing surgery (Source: http://accessanimalhospitals.com/blog/)

This is the latest information on Gordo that I could find at 1 AM Central time.

CBS Los Angeles

CULVER CITY (CBSLA.com) — Gordo, the dog struck by a vehicle during a high-speed chase Wednesday in South LA, came through surgery to repair his badly-damaged leg “like a rock star.”

Gordo underwent the expensive surgery to see if one of his back legs could be saved.

The wild police chase began around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in South LA. Two suspects in a stolen van led authorities through city streets before eventually hitting the 1-year-old Poodle mix, around 9 p.m.

One of Gordo’s hind legs was injured, but the white puppy managed to make his way back to his owner’s front door, yelping to come in.
The dog was rushed to the City of Angels Veterinary Hospital in Culver City for treatment.

“He has a fractured hip and the top of his femur is fractured as well, and there’s a deep muscle laceration running up the back of his leg,” veterinarian Erich Stumpp said Thursday afternoon.

“I have to be honest, I don’t know if he’s going to be able to keep that right leg or not, but we’re going to have surgery to evaluate him this morning,” Stumpp said. “There’s a lot of three-legged dogs out there that do just fine.”

By 4 p.m., Gordo was still in surgery.

Doctors told KCAL9’s Kristine Lazar that they ultimately believed they could save the leg.

KCAL9’s Serene Branson picked up the story Thursday evening following Gordo’s two-hour operation.

“Gordo is a doing wonderfully,” said Dr. Annie Lo, “he was a rock star under anesthesia.”

The doctor also told Branson that Gordo is lucky to be alive and has a long road ahead.

Dr. Lo helped perform the operation to repair his broken hip joint and pelvis.

“What we did was remove the ball portion of the joint,” Dr. Lo said, “so a false joint can form and have scar tissue like it was normal.”

To donate toward Gordo’s medical bills, click here.

Staffers at the hospital told Branson that if there is money left over after Gordo’s surgery, donors will have the option of getting a refund or donating the remainder to the Culver City’s K-9 unit.

The two suspects inside the van, Yovany Ervin Rodriguez, 21, and Gwendi Yarubi Valenton, 26,were arrested and booked on suspicion of unlawful taking of a vehicle.