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#358591 - 19th Oct 2009 5:47pm Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting.
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My son was walking up wheatland lane, seacombe today about 7.30am. He saw something in the corner of his eye crouched in the corner.
It was a black cat with wire tėghtly bound around its neck-obviously intentional. He could not untie it without distressing the cat furthur, so tightly bound.
Luckily, an adult passed who ran into the warehouses at the 'gandhi' who then released it with a pair of pliers he got from there.
Evil fookin barstards.

Nb the type of wire -like a 'bendy wheel spoke'. Sorry, not 'up' on wire types.


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#358594 - 19th Oct 2009 6:09pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: RUDEBOX]
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hope you kept the wire would look good around the neck of the sick person who hurt the cat .bet there a big brave person

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#358616 - 19th Oct 2009 7:17pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: lansyp]
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That's disgusting.
Hope they catch who ever was responsible.
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#358621 - 19th Oct 2009 7:33pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: Mark]
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As an afterthought- i have just emailed the rspca with the details+ sons contact details. Am sickened.
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#358630 - 19th Oct 2009 8:04pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: RUDEBOX]
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I don't like cats but in saying that I don't believe in harming one. Hope the sick c*nt is caught.

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#359501 - 22nd Oct 2009 1:11pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: ]
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I just bumped into an rspca man in a van, so i tapped on his window.
Unfort. Nowt they can do without an owners name. He sed i'd be surprised at the amount of people who use wire as a makeshift collar!
They unindated at the mo but i will get an email eventually
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#382012 - 20th Jan 2010 6:31pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: ]
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some real sick people roaming the streets, whats this world coming to
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#382032 - 20th Jan 2010 9:45pm Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: hayabusa]
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Just cant imagine the pain that poor cat must have been in.......
I dont know why people let cats out all day and night though, its a mistake to think that they enjoy being left out. Cats love warmth, peace and quiet.

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#382051 - 21st Jan 2010 12:37am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: abcdefgh]
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Just cant imagine the pain that poor cat must have been in.......
I dont know why people let cats out all day and night though, its a mistake to think that they enjoy being left out. Cats love warmth, peace and quiet.


Need to tell my neighbours that. The cat NEVER goes in doors, this has been for the last 3 years that i know off. They went away between Christmas and new year and asked a neighbour to feed it, when he got home he said he was concerned as the cat had become fat. The cat wasn't fat it was just fed the way it should be, poor thing crys at night, even when we had this snow it was outside.
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#382053 - 21st Jan 2010 12:44am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: MrPhil]
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Originally Posted By: MrPhil
Originally Posted By: aegean
Just cant imagine the pain that poor cat must have been in.......
I dont know why people let cats out all day and night though, its a mistake to think that they enjoy being left out. Cats love warmth, peace and quiet.


Need to tell my neighbours that. The cat NEVER goes in doors, this has been for the last 3 years that i know off. They went away between Christmas and new year and asked a neighbour to feed it, when he got home he said he was concerned as the cat had become fat. The cat wasn't fat it was just fed the way it should be, poor thing crys at night, even when we had this snow it was outside.


thats cruel someone should get in touch with cats protection

http://liverpoolbursc.cats.org.uk/


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#382056 - 21st Jan 2010 1:08am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: Tilly]
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Thanks Tilly, will be getting in touch with them.

It got to a point one Sunday morning i come home from work and the temp in the car was -1, poor thing was scratching to get in.

Felt alot better when i put some warm milk in a carton on their door step, they had puzzled looks when they returned.
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#382060 - 21st Jan 2010 1:27am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: MrPhil]
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Thanks Tilly, will be getting in touch with them.

It got to a point one Sunday morning i come home from work and the temp in the car was -1, poor thing was scratching to get in.

Felt alot better when i put some warm milk in a carton on their door step, they had puzzled looks when they returned.


awwww poor thing frown and how nice are you looking out for it.
if it was my neighbour that was neglecting an animal, i would re-home it without telling them. they probably would'nt notice or care it was gone anyway by the sounds of things.

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#382061 - 21st Jan 2010 1:44am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: MrPhil]
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Thanks Tilly, will be getting in touch with them.

It got to a point one Sunday morning i come home from work and the temp in the car was -1, poor thing was scratching to get in.

Felt alot better when i put some warm milk in a carton on their door step, they had puzzled looks when they returned.
RING THE RSPCA I WOULD. mad
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#382062 - 21st Jan 2010 1:46am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: kimpri]
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they wont do anything kimpri

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#382067 - 21st Jan 2010 2:12am Re: Animal cruelty-seacombe. Upsetting. [Re: Tilly]
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