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UK: Dog Kills Cat and Police Do Nothing — 7 Comments

  1. LOL!! A perfect case of karma. The cat and owner only got back exactly what the owner and cat did to countless hundreds of other animals — tortured them to death for their own entertainment.

  2. I agree with the previous 3 posts!!! The poor cat had no idea and it died a horrid death. This poor cat died because some irresponsible dog owner couldn’t control their pet. The dog’s owner should be charged. It was running around loose and got onto someones property and KILLED their cat!!! What would have happened if it was a infant/toddler/child playing or sleeping in their own yard and some dog came onto their property and attacked the kid?? Would the cops care then? What if it was their own pet? Deepest condolences to Sassy’s owners!!! RIP little fur angel … you did NOT deserve to go this way!!!

    • Thank you for your very sensible comment. The police have decided to bin the problem. They would say they are too busy. I’d say they are not committed enough to upholding the law. Lazy police.

  3. I don’t think that outcome would be much different here than in the U.K.
    It’s classic dog being favored over cat.

    Even though the dog was unleashed and trespassed, clearly against OUR laws, I doubt that our law enforcement pursue criminal charges unless the cat “owner” made a whole lot of noise, presented themselves at the State Attorney’s Office, or went to the media.

  4. It’s disgraceful that Sassy couldn’t sleep peacefully in her own garden. I think the police should have arrested the dog’s owner and charged him for letting his dangerous dog run free.
    I hope the Crawfords don’t let the matter rest because that dog will be free to do it again and maybe even attack a small child next.

    • Definitely. It is a disgrace that a dog can kill a person’s beloved cat companion with impunity. What message does that send out to irresponsible dog owners? The owner should be on a charge in the magistrates court in the public’s interest.

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