He told his veterinarian his cat was choking on glue but there was tape around his cat’s neck

Notice at 21st Oct 2019: The article has been removed. I was contacted by the attorney of the person who is the subject matter of the article requesting that I remove or modify it because the allegation of animal cruelty against his client had not been proved in court. The case against his client has been expunged. I have seen the court document.

I won’t go into the details of how and why this happened. The request was made politely and it was well reasoned. Slightly reluctantly, I have to admit, I have complied with the request because I don’t want to risk harming the reputation of an individual unless and until there are excellent and sound reasons for so doing.

I would add that if information comes to light that this person – the subject matter of this article – has subsequently been charged with animal abuse of any kind and it comes to my notice, the removed text will be reinstated and updated. I have stored the article in a file just in case that event comes to pass.

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5 thoughts on “He told his veterinarian his cat was choking on glue but there was tape around his cat’s neck”

    1. Yes, Teddy, his behavior as reported indicates he’s a serial killer in the making. His behavior seems bizarre to me.

  1. Frances A Danna

    This man seems to have a mental illness. I feel absolutely heartbroken for the cats that have suffered and died.??

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