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Teenagers drowning 2-day-old kittens in cup of water highlights change in attitude to animal cruelty — 3 Comments

  1. Yet another example of the total absence of competent parenting. No child is born with a need to abuse any living being. If humans were born anything other than loving, sociable and non violent, they would not have lasted this long. I know there is burgeoning evidence of genetic tendencies towards many types of antisocial behaviour, but I believe we have to look at parents, parenting and the loss of actual community & communal responsibility.

    Poor kittens, poor Mother cat.

  2. It has nothing to do with a personal viewpoint on their part that kittens should be drowned/killed. What possible reason could there be? It is also the worst way to kill, inducing the most fear and pain – look it up. This kind of thing is like drawing attention at a party or something. It is the worst to let go in any way. Felony charges are appropriate, if that’s the best we can do. So what do I mean? Just let me catch wind of any person doing this and see what happens to them. I’ll go to jail if need be after I do what needs to be done. That’s a lousy thing to say but compared to what these types do? There are way too many people on this planet to say we need this kind around one minute longer, taking up space, breathing our air, eating our food, drowning our kittens.

  3. It may have seemed crass to just video, take a picture but without that those boys would have continued to kill not just those kittens but any small animals they could victimize. And without proof it becomes a contest over who is telling the truth.
    The little punks should have been waterboarded.

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