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#361245 - 28th Oct 2009 1:20pm Puppy is kicked to death
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Puppy is kicked to death in park




A 10-week-old puppy was kicked to death when it ran up to a group of people in a Cambridgeshire park in what the RSPCA called a "sickening" attack.

The Jack Russell was being walked by its owner, a 15-year-old girl, in Priory Park, St Neots, on Monday.

The puppy ran over to three people in a wooded area of the park, and one of them kicked it in the head. It died almost instantly.

An RSPCA spokeswoman called the attack "absolutely shocking and sickening".

A member of the public tried to resuscitate the puppy but it died from a fractured skull.


Upset family

The offenders, who ran off, wore hooded tops.

RSPCA inspector Cherry Evans said: "This is an absolutely shocking and sickening incident which caused a great deal of pain to this small puppy, and left her owners devastated.

"It is difficult to understand how anyone could be so deliberately cruel and it is vital that anyone with information comes forward."

Pc Amanda Foreman, of Cambridgeshire police, said: "This has upset an entire family who are finding it hard to understand how someone can do this to a puppy.

"If anyone saw what happened, or knows something about this, they should get in touch."

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#361259 - 28th Oct 2009 2:14pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: ]
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Edited by bert1 (28th Oct 2009 2:14pm)
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#361297 - 28th Oct 2009 5:00pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: ]
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There are some evil people in this world, Im afaid I'd enjot torchering these kind of people, but would that make me as sick as them?
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#361300 - 28th Oct 2009 5:11pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: ]
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#361301 - 28th Oct 2009 5:13pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: Sanchez]
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There are some evil people in this world, Im afaid I'd enjot torchering these kind of people, but would that make me as sick as them?


Depends if you twist your nipples or not whilst doing it

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#361305 - 28th Oct 2009 5:23pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: Danny888]
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Originally Posted By: Sanchez
There are some evil people in this world, Im afaid I'd enjot torchering these kind of people, but would that make me as sick as them?


Depends if you twist your nipples or not whilst doing it


I'm so twisted on that note!
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#363098 - 4th Nov 2009 2:13am Puppy Kicked to Death
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“Puppy Kicked to Death” Was Not Kicked to Death



An investigation in to the death of a puppy, widely reported to have been kicked to death by a ‘yob’ has concluded that the dog died of a virus and showed no sign of injury. The findings are shocking, not least because the initial vet who examined the animal told the RSPCA that the dog’s condition was consistent with the account given by the puppy’s owners of the attack.

The 10-week old Jack Russell was was being exercised by a 15-year-old girl (its owner) in Priory Park, St Neots.

The incident garnered national media attention and lead to many debates around the UK (and world) but Police have now concluded their investigation after veterinary tests.

A Cambridgeshire Police spokesman said: “A detailed veterinary medical examination revealed that it was most likely to have died suddenly from a virus and showed no sign of injury.“Despite an intensive and thorough investigation, police have been unable to locate any other witnesses to an alleged incident in which the puppy was reportedly injured.”

No further action will be taken against the owner of the dog.

An RSPCA spokeswoman said the charity had been informed of the ending of the investigation and confirmed that the initial vet who had consulted with the charity had stated the dog’s injuries were ‘consistent’ with the ‘kicked to death’ claim made by the owner.

One would assume that a puppy being kicked to death would show massive internal injuries.


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Edited by _jase_ (4th Nov 2009 11:45am)
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#363108 - 4th Nov 2009 8:35am Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: Tilly]
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If it wasn't for the doggedness of Cambridgeshire Police this would have never come to light. That vet who said it was an attack deserves some woof justice.

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#363111 - 4th Nov 2009 8:50am Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: MerseyMan]
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#363123 - 4th Nov 2009 9:38am Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: bert1]
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I'm confused. What was the incentive of the owner to claim that their pet had been attacked?

And where did that vet go to study????

I think even a layman could tell a good kicking from a viral infection.

Its all too odd.
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#363128 - 4th Nov 2009 9:52am Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: MissGuided]
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Kid in the Balloon, springs to mind, 15 minutes of fame, etc, etc.
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#363135 - 4th Nov 2009 10:20am Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: bert1]
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yeah it does remind me of the kid in the balloon 15 minutes of tele but at the same time this might just some stupid excuse to stop looking into it.

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#363156 - 4th Nov 2009 11:42am Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: Shadow_Omega]
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Merged topic into one, and add link to source. smile

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#363187 - 4th Nov 2009 1:34pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: Tilly]
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Hundreds join Facebook group to voice their outrage at St Neots puppy killing




A POLICE investigation into the killing of a puppy in St Neots has been called off after a post mortem examination found the dog died of natural causes.

Hundreds of people joined a Facebook group calling for justice for the heartbroken 15-year-old who reported her puppy had been stamped to death in Priory Park on October 26.

April Alderton of Cambridge Road, St Neots, said she had been walking Sandie in the park between 11.15am and 11.50am when a hooded youth stamped on the dog and ran off. She said 10-week-old Sandie had died from a fractured skull.

RSPCA officers described the attack as "sickening" and police said it had "upset an entire family".
However a statement released to The Hunts Post on Tuesday (November 3) by Cambridgeshire police said they "had ended their investigation".
The statement said a detailed veterinary medical examination revealed it was "most likely" the puppy "had died suddenly from a virus and showed no sign of injury".
"Despite an intensive and thorough investigation, police have been unable to locate any other witnesses to an alleged incident in which the puppy was reportedly injured."

Police said no charges would be bought against the family.

April, who attends the Ascham Road Pupil Referral Unit in Cambridge, was bought Sandie following advice that it would help with her attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

The circumstance of the puppy's alleged death caused outrage across the country with people offering rewards to find and prosecute the culprits.

More than 750 people signed up to a group on the social networking site, Facebook, condemning the actions.

Letters of outrage were also sent to The Hunts Post from across the country, including one which described the youths as "cowards" who killed a defenceless pet of a young girl".

A man, who wished to remain anonymous, also contacted The Hunts Post offering a £200 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the offender.

"It is totally disgusting," he said. "The attitude of these idiots shows absolute disregard for others in society. When I read about the killing I felt physically sick that someone could cause so much pain to a puppy."

The Sun newspaper offered a £2,500 reward.

April’s mother, Loretta, 45, who bought her daughter a new puppy on the same day as Sandie’s death, said: “The death of Sadie left us all devastated.”

When asked how they felt about the police calling an end to the investigation, family friend Rodney Ellis said: “We are fuming. The police are making an innocent girl look like a liar. This will provoke a lot of hassle for April and the kids in the area will say she lied. April is not handling it very well and is really upset. She keeps asking ‘why doesn’t anyone believe me.

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#363446 - 5th Nov 2009 2:37pm Re: Puppy Kicked to Death [Re: MissGuided]
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I'm confused. What was the incentive of the owner to claim that their pet had been attacked?

And where did that vet go to study????

I think even a layman could tell a good kicking from a viral infection.

Its all too odd.


Too true Snooze, I received a good kicking once and last week I had a really bad cold and there is the world of difference.

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