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Cat hurled over fence into adjacent house recovers after 27 veterinary visits and loss of eye — 3 Comments

  1. The apology was a lawyer prepared apology to mitigate the brutality he exhibited. It’s also worth pointing out that boys of this age do not have good frontal lobe development and while it’s no excuse it is the duty of the parental units to be aware of anger issues and other behavioral problems in their children and guide them though it.
    Children abusing animals can be a sign of mental illness or being abused themselves.
    Despite what he did the fact he was able to show some compassion by bring it in after injuring the cat shows some hope.

    • Thanks ME. It is very disturbing to see a teenager be this cruel to an animal. And as you say it is a sign of mental illness. I think you have to be mentally ill to do something like that.

  2. I always say no one operates in a vacuum. Perhaps this time his heart opened a bit. I repeat I don’t like dogs one tiny bit but rely on our shabby AC control to handle things as well as other aspects of the law that can be used to make unruly neighbors tidy up their act.
    I have pepper sprayed my SIL’s dogs in the past which is a valid defense and considering I had the right to shoot them on the spot for menacing me in my own driveway a reasonable reaction.
    Perhaps this man should do his community service in a cat shelter and then be required to give public speeches over what he has learned from his experience.
    If this is your reaction to a cat in your yard how do you handle real life stress Mr. Conroy.

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