All of a sudden, it doesn’t matter if the kittens showed signs of torture and died in the hands of veterinarians who tried to save them.
All of a sudden, it was unclear when the kittens died because no autopsy was performed.
The boys admitted throwing rocks at the mother cat, but didn’t see the kittens.
I just don’t get it.
How could the psychological evaluation not show any signs of an underlying psychological issue? Who is this doctor?
Defense Attorneys for the boys said their clients have been traumatized since this incident. They are stressed, scared, and depressed…good. Just how the mother cat and her kittens felt when they were being jokesters throwing rock after rock at helpless animals.
“Good Kids?” No. Troubled kids who need long term help.
Stacia Newman of Nevada Political Action For Animals, and animal advocates were hoping for the maximum penalty, which includes probation until 21 years old.
Instead Judge William Voy sentenced the boys to 12 months probation, 80 hours of community service, attend school, no further contact with one another, and write an essay about how to properly treat animals.
How about writing an essay on “How we got away with pelting 6 kittens to death with rocks.”