Georgia Man Arested For Beheading And Stabbing Puppies

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“OMG…this POS must be mentally impaired, as no sane person would do such despicable things to innocent puppies! His name & picture need to be on any Animal Abuse Registers & on every shelter wall. I hope he rots in jail, where hopefully another inmate might show him more things one can do with a pair of scissors 🙂  (sorry some posts are outdated but I feel some stories need to be told; especially if it may help others by sharing an image of the offending party) My apologise to anyone who sent me stories to be posted & they haven’t been done yet, I’m splitting my time between so many different things, I’m meeting myself coming backwards!!” 

By Eric W. Dolan – Tuesday, August 13, (No updates seen as yet)

A man in Cobb County, Georgia has been arrested for allegedly mutilating two puppies his neighbors gave him to watch.

Robert Williams Davis

Robert Williams Davis, 38, was arrested just before midnight on Saturday after police officers found the dogsdead bodies in a wooded area behind his house.

A 14-year-old neighbour of Davis had given him and his girlfriend the two pit bull puppies. A pit bull rescue group was going to pick the dogs up within a few days. But the neighbour, Tyler Tedesco, learned that Davis had killed the two puppies. He called 911.

“I saw that, I dropped what I was doing and just walked away. I couldn’t bear to see that because I raised those dogs,” Tedesco told WSBTV.

Davis allegedly killed both puppies with a pair of scissors. Police said one dog was beheaded, while the other was stabbed in the throat. It is unclear why Davis killed the puppies.

“We all ran back to the house and cried. As soon as we saw it, it was something nobody wants to go through or see. And it’s really hard for all of us to know that somebody could even do that to a poor innocent animal,” Tedesco said.

Davis was charged with two counts of aggravated cruelty to animals and three counts of tampering with evidence. He is being held on $250,000 bond.

Watch video, courtesy of WSBTV:http://www.wsbtv.com/videos/news/man-arrested-for-allegedly-killing-puppies/v8sMq/

 News Link:http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/08/13/georgia-man-arrested-for-beheading-and-stabbing-puppies/

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Kill A Pit Bull Night – Don’t forget the Halloween Flyer

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“Please don’t forget about this sick notice…it’s been doing the circuit for a while. It’s probably some hoax, but please be cautious!! Please, keep your pets in over Halloween …better safe than sorry! I’m not going to write about who or what I think about the person who did this, because that’s what they want!”

 

“Kill A Pit Bull Night”

Halloween flyer causes concern…

Published on 19 Oct 2012 by 

20/Oct/2012: Fort Wayne – The flyer is a promotion for 31st of October to be a kill a pit bull night. The flyer may be an attempt to encourage (deliberate) acts of violence towards American Pit Bulls & American Pit Bull mix dogs.

Man Found Guilty of Having Dog Kill Coral Springs Family’s Cat

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An 81 year old man who allowed his dog to maul a cat and was caught on video doing so, was found guilty by a jury today.

After only a day of testimony, the jury returned their verdict and found Hume Hamilton, 81, guilty of animal cruelty charges, a third degree felony.

Hume Hamilton was walking his pit bull when it attacked a cat belonging to Coral Springs resident Tia Spath.

Spath, who lives in Ridgeview, was shocked to find out that their cat named “Mama” had been killed at her family business, Brandy Bail Bonds, in Fort Lauderdale.   She says that Mama had been their pet for almost 12 years and was a fixture at the business

“Mama” the cat savaged by Pit bull

In the shocking surveillance video, the owner of a pit bull is seen walking on the property of Brandy Bail Bonds while following his dog’s lead to get closer to the cat, when the pit bull viciously attacks.  

The dog’s strong jaws grab the cat and the owner cannot get him to release.

The man even tries to pull the cat out of the dog’s mouth, even stepping on the cat’s stomach. He finally he pulls the dog away, runs away, and  leaves the cat for dead.

Mama later died of her injuries and is buried at the business.

Hamilton had been held in jail since July without bond because he is facing charges for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. He was already on probation, so the judge held him without bond pending this trial.

He could face jail time for this crime when he is sentenced next month

PIT BULL ATTACKS AND KILLS PET CAT IN FORT LAUDERDALE 1st Video – HELP NAB OWNER

 “I’m posting the writing below as it was attached to the video, although I’m not sure accurate the details are having watched the video. In the video, I saw a man dressed in black top & shorts, try to help get the cat out of the dogs jaws, he did, finally, then walked away trailing the cat, seconds later the Pit Bull is seen chasing after the cat again…behind the dog walks his owner, with empty leash in hand. Just find it odd the other man wasn’t to mentioned in court!!”

UPDATE!!!!! MAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED ON JULY 9TH FROM ANGRY VIEWERS WHO SAW HIM IN FORT LAUDERDALE:http://coralspringstalk.com/fort-lauderdale-man-arrested-in-pitbull-attack-on…

FROM http://www.CoralSpringsTalk.com : Coral Springs resident Tia Spath wants to find the man whose pitbull killed their family cat.

Spath, who lives in Ridgeview was shocked to find out that their cat named Mama had been killed at her family business, Brandy Bail Bonds, in Fort Lauderdale. She says that Mama had been their pet for almost 12 years and was a fixture at the business.

In this shocking surveillance video, the owner of a pit bull is seen walking on the property of Brandy Bail Bonds while following his dog’s lead to get closer to the cat, when the pit bull viciously attacks. The dog’s strong jaws become locked around the cat and won’t release. The man then tries to pull the cat out of the dog’s mouth, even stepping on the cat’s stomach. He finally he pulls the dog away, runs away, and leaves the cat for dead.

Mama later died of her injuries and is buried at the business.

The Spath family is heartbroken, her children grew up with Mama and they want to find the pitbull’s owner and sue him. They have hired a private investigator but are also asking for the public’s help in finding him. Please call Brandy Bail Bonds at (954) 463-4333 if you know anything.

News Link:-http://coralspringstalk.com/man-found-guilty-of-having-dog-kill-coral-springs-owners-cat-3926

 

Finders threatening to kill puppy

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New Braunfels, TX: This tiny little girl was abandoned by her owners when they left town. A finder has been keeping the dog outside in an Igloo doghouse.

Sweet puppy needs a foster or rescue quick! Photo credit: B. Kosar

She is only 3 months old and has demodectic mange.

The mange is not contagious to other animals or people, just looks nasty. Demodex is treatable with good nutrition homeopathy and herbs.

She is a very sweet puppy, great with people and other pets.

The finder (The person who found her) has threatened to take the puppy to be euthanized if a rescue does not step forward within 24 hours.

Please contacbeth.kosar@gmail.com to donate or rescue this sweet little puppy. She certainly does not deserve to die.

Transport can be arranged.

News Link:- http://www.examiner.com/article/finders-threatening-to-kill-puppy

Another chance for 6 survivors of Jacksonville dog fighting

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They’re headed for Pittsburgh animal shelters; 11 other dogs from fighting ring were euthanized.

Sam and five of his buddies are leaving Jacksonville for a better life, still sporting some of the scars of misery that led to the deaths of 11 of their friends.

Willie B. Coleman is charged with 17 counts of possessing dogs used for animal fighting

The American pit bull terriers all were victims of a dog fighting ring busted in February by Jacksonville police and the Humane Society of the United States.

The owner, Willie B. Coleman, 69, of 9215 Norfolk Blvd., was charged with 17 counts of possessing dogs used for animal fighting. He will be in court today trying to get his case dismissed, records show.

Many of the dogs had scars and other injuries, including mutilated faces, when they were recovered. Eleven of the dogs were euthanized due to medical issues and behavior problems; the others were nursed back to health at Jacksonville’s Animal Care and Protective Services center.

The survivors are heading for Pittsburgh, where they will be taken to shelters for adoption, said Daisy Balawejder, dog fighting rescue coalition coordinator for the Humane Society of the United States.

The dogs range from puppies to older adults. Balawejder said there’s a good reason for not adopting them out locally.

“We would hate for associates of family members of the person involved to get their hands on these dogs,” Balawejder said Monday. “They do try.”

That’s because there’s big money in dog fighting and breeding of dogs like Sam, who has been deemed a dog-fighting champion, Balawejder said.

When rescued, much of Sam’s upper muzzle was missing and his teeth were exposed. Despite the mean look, rescuers found the tan, older adult to be welcoming. He jumped in Balawejder’s lap and cuddled with her at Animal Control Monday morning.

“It’s very powerful to see a dog who has been through so much at the hands of human beings, yet continues to trust and love us,” Balawejder said. “We have a lot to learn from him about humanity.”

Balawejder said dogfighting rings are common in most communities including Jacksonville, where a similar bust occurred last year.

“Dog fighting is happening everywhere and Jacksonville is no exception,” she said. “It makes my day when we get a dog to safety, out of the hands of these people.”

Potential adoptive families will be told about the history of each dog but will also be assured they would be good friends to anyone wishing to treat them well, Balawejder said.

“We are very committed to giving the survivors of dog fighting the best possible chance at life as a companion pet,” she said. “It’s so sad we can’t save them all.”
Read more at Jacksonville.com: http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2012-04-23/story/another-chance-6-survivors-jacksonville-dog-fighting#ixzz1t4TDbmfj

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