Brooklyn Cat Kicker Was Jailed For Fraud

You may remember the feckless and reckless Brooklyn cat kicker. His name is Andre Robinson. I wrote about him twice at the time he kicked a stray cat a good distance for the hell of it. The grey and white cat recovered and was adopted by a man who some ladies find attractive! A good ending. He named him “King”.

Cat kicker Andre Robinson
Cat kicker Andre Robinson
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Well, Andre, God bless him is proving to us all that cat abusers are often general criminals. They have criminal minds and abusing animals is just an extension of their criminality.

Andre Robinson has only recently returned to New York after serving six-months of a four year prions sentence for credit card fraud in another state. He is on four years probation.

King
King fully recovered

The good point is that he is due back in Brooklyn Criminal Court in New York on December 12th to face trial for the cat abuse. If convicted he could be sentenced to a year in jail. Although based on my knowledge of animal abuse cases a maximum sentence is highly unlikely. However, the case has not been forgotten and neither has it fizzled out. It is live and justice may well be done. We like to see that.

Photo of King by Joe Marino

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8 thoughts on “Brooklyn Cat Kicker Was Jailed For Fraud”

  1. I hope that andre guy goes to jail and gets kicked the same way that he kicked king the cat…let andre see how it feels to be kicked !!!!

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  2. Agree entirely with Serbella. . .As I have always said — what goes around, comes around — and this is proof that God sees that justice is done. . . Karma, Karma, Karma. . . I’m very happy that King is in a loving, forever home. . . ♥♥♥

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    • What kind of karma should come to the person who lets a cat roam free to be ran over by a car, let it eat some rat poison, or get kicked or worse? What’s their karma going to do to them? Nothing? If you say “nothing” then you know “nothing” about karma. They deserve, and will get, far worse than whatever happens to their free roaming cat, this time coming from the negligence of others rather than their own negligence that harmed their own cat.

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      • Letting cats roam free can be irresponsible I agree. It might not be. It depends on the area. Deliberately inflicting injury on a cat is a crime and letting a cat outside is not a crime. They are completely different. The fact that you are grouping them together indicates you are thinking illogically. You are probably Woody again, the notorious cat site troll. Anymore stupid comments and you’ll be banned.

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  3. Andre is the kind of idiot who carries his rope around with him and hangs himself with it quite frequently. I have faith that he’ll do something else stupid to violate his probation and end up right back in the slammer.

    Good to see that King found a good home.

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