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Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 04:55 AM
:sad:

The skanky fat ass welfare pieces of human shit ran over my doggie around 9pmish, and now I can't find him anywhere :sad: They ran over him with a 4wheeler because they were driving it fast down the main road and they didn't try to miss him, in fact they moved over so they could hit him. And they hit him while I was outside. I call the cops about it, it took those stupid fucking Pigs over an hour to show up and they don't do anything to them because now it's storming and they are off the 4 wheelers. I still can't find my doggie, and he was my watch dog/guard dog too. They probably ran over him so they could steal more shit from me, I know they stole my weedeater and stuff. What should I do?

Please pray my doggie comes home and comes home safe I'm worried about him and it's storming bad outside and I looked everywhere for him. :sad: :hysteric: :sobbing: :tears: :crying2:

KoOlMaNsEaN
Jun 15th, 2004, 04:59 AM
omg! :bigcry::sad::sad: Doggie please come home!!!

I don't know what i'd do if my dog was lost :sad::sad::sad:

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:02 AM
I still have one doggie left, the one that got ran over is a jack russel terrier, and I paid a lot for him, he was a good dog, kept me safe since I live alone now. And now my little girl dog is scared because she's without her friend. I looked forever for him, because he got up and ran when he got hit, and now I can't find him. If I could find him I'd take him to the vet. I have to see about having something done to my neighbors to make them pay. And if my dog is dead, they better look out, their's will be next. How someone can purposely run over another persons dog, and not stop or anything is wrong. And this police department down here don't give a shit what goes on, hell they allow drugs into this county to run wild, all they want is their pay off money. :mad:

Sam L
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:08 AM
How did you lose him? If he got injured, is he injured and unable to move?

ys
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:15 AM
:hug: But don't sit, go look for him. He could be severely injured but ran away being in pain shock back then but could be unable to move now. If he is alive, he is very scared and in shock, guaranteed and hiding somewhere.. I had that happened with my dog.

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:15 AM
How did you lose him? If he got injured, is he injured and unable to move?

He got hit in the head by the metal bar thing that is on the front of 4 wheelers. When he got hit he sreamed and then he got up and ran off into the woods, I've looked and called everywhere for him. I hope he's somewhere just maybe passed out or something, the worst case is he's up there and died. It's odd he's out in this bad storm however, I am just worried that I can't find him. But if I don't find him by tomorrow I'm going to watch their house and when they leave their doggie is going BYE BYE. :fiery:

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:17 AM
:hug: But don't sit, go look for him. He could be severely injured but ran away being in pain shock back then but could be unable to move now. If he is alive, he is very scared and in shock, guaranteed and hiding somewhere.. I had that happened with my dog.

Been out looking for him, now it's badly storming with lightning and downpour rains, I had to come in I was afraid I was going to get hurt out there myself when it quits I'm going back out looking for him. :sad:

ys
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:17 AM
But if I don't find him by tomorrow I'm going to watch their house and when they leave their doggie is going BYE BYE. :fiery:
Please don't.. :sad:

ys
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:19 AM
Been out looking for him, now it's badly storming with lightning and downpour rains, I had to come in I was afraid I was going to get hurt out there myself when it quits I'm going back out looking for him. :sad:
If you can't find him in vicinity, chances are that his injuries are not fatal, but it is extremely important to find him as soon as possible, because one of the biggest dangers of those injuries is bleeding.

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:21 AM
Please don't.. :sad:

If they ran over someone else's dog, how much can they care for their own? They dont' even feed that dog they starve it most of the time. :sad: And you can forget about calling on anyone for animal cruelty here, if the cops don't get paid for it they aren't interested, it just messes up for them collecting their money from the drug running they do. I was just going to steal their dog and take it to somewhere else where I know a better family would take care of it.

Rothes
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:26 AM
Fidelium animae per misericordiam Dei requiescant in pace. Amen

Sam L
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:27 AM
Oh good luck. Hopefully he's just scared and will find his way home.

Steal their dog, and give it someone else who will take care of it better. :devil:

ys
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:37 AM
Steal their dog, and give it someone else who will take care of it better. :devil:
Sam, would you bother to think first before saying that? Running over a dog classifies as an accident. Stealing a dog classifies as a crime. Slight difference here.

disposablehero
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:41 AM
Pieces of crap

xr6turbo
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:44 AM
Sam, would you bother to think first before saying that? Running over a dog classifies as an accident. Stealing a dog classifies as a crime. Slight difference here.

they were driving it fast down the main road and they didn't try to miss him, in fact they moved over so they could hit him. And they hit him while I was outside.

Dont sound like no accident to me...:mad:

I hope you find your dog and he is ok. :sad:

Sam L
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:50 AM
Sam, would you bother to think first before saying that? Running over a dog classifies as an accident. Stealing a dog classifies as a crime. Slight difference here.
Not if it's in the best interests of the dog. You can report to the RSPCA or is it ASPCA in America and they'll steal it for you. And besides running over animals should be punishable by law.

Crazy Canuck
Jun 15th, 2004, 07:21 AM
Karma

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 07:55 AM
Karma


Since when did I run over anyone's dog?
NEVER.

I avoid all animals, as for goony Calgary players, I could careless what happens to them. Some people are still just so bitter over the stupidest shit! Grow up!

Looked for the dog, still can't find him. Dunno what to do now, but wait until morning and look more when it's light out or pray he comes home. :sad:

*JR*
Jun 15th, 2004, 12:03 PM
Regrettably, the legal penalty for exacting revenge on the neighbors' dog (unquestionably another victim, as described here) would be far less than for harming the owners themselves. :(

Aerien
Jun 15th, 2004, 12:22 PM
Looked for the dog, still can't find him. Dunno what to do now, but wait until morning and look more when it's light out or pray he comes home. :sad:
Maybe you should try taking your other dog with you when you go out looking. She may help you since she is familiar with her friend's scent based on how close you say they were. I really hope your dog is okay. :sad:

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:24 PM
Found the doggie around 4am this morning, he's dead :sad:

Now there has to be some form of justice for what they done to my dog, I just hope they are prepared. I just have to clear my head and come up with some good enough ideas to not get caught. I think I'll start off by laying down some spikes on my part of the property they ride on. That should at least give them a case of flat tires to be forced to replace. And the next time they are gone, I'm getting their dog and taking it away from them, I have a friend outta state that would love to have a beagle and would actually feed it and care for it.

ys
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:28 PM
:sad:

Vincent
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:30 PM
Why are there so many unhappy things happen on doggies...:bigcry:

Vincent
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:34 PM
I lost my doggie and I still can't find him!!! What SHOULD I DO???????????????
I AM GOING CRAZY! I want to cry...:sad:

Mase
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:37 PM
Im so sorry for your loss. I really am.

Just calm down hon. I dont know that revenge is always the best. I think, well hope, what Cool Canuck was trying to say is that Karma will get thier ass, and Im sure it will. You and I know what goes around comes around.

Right now just grieve and remember your dog, Your wasting your mental energy trying to come up with a plot. Just remember your dog hon. :kiss::hug:

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:48 PM
I know this much, everytime I see those 4 wheelers back on the road I'm calling the Cops, it's their job to stop them from driving on this road. Not only that I'm going to tell them if they don't start sending someone up here to patrol those goons are going to hit someone's child or even worse cause a car accident and it will be on the Cops hands as I've done all I can in calling.
I want to call down there and see if I can file a report about this today and at least see if I can sue them for the cost of the dog so I can get another one back. I do know it's classified as hit and run and cruelty to an animal, not only that I have neighborhood witnesses that saw them purposely try to run him over. I'll have something done, I just have to call and find out what.

Vincent, how long has your doggie been gone? :sad:
I don't know why bad things happen to doggies, they never do anything to anyone. :sad:

Vincent
Jun 15th, 2004, 06:07 PM
I know this much, everytime I see those 4 wheelers back on the road I'm calling the Cops, it's their job to stop them from driving on this road. Not only that I'm going to tell them if they don't start sending someone up here to patrol those goons are going to hit someone's child or even worse cause a car accident and it will be on the Cops hands as I've done all I can in calling.
I want to call down there and see if I can file a report about this today and at least see if I can sue them for the cost of the dog so I can get another one back. I do know it's classified as hit and run and cruelty to an animal, not only that I have neighborhood witnesses that saw them purposely try to run him over. I'll have something done, I just have to call and find out what.

Vincent, how long has your doggie been gone? :sad:
I don't know why bad things happen to doggies, they never do anything to anyone. :sad::sad: I feel very sad for your dog, you have all of my support to sue them! The Cops should do something! Damnit!

My dog has been missing for 6 days, I am going to find him again tomorrow, God please let me to find him.

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 06:15 PM
Six days, thats a long time :sad:
If he's a boy and not been fixed maybe it's that a female in the area is in heat and he's off courting her. Boy dogs and cats do that, I have to get them fixed in order to avoid having them run off when another female is around.

My dog that died, I was going to breed him with my little girl dog, now I won't get the chance. :sad:

I hope you find your dog Vincent, and I hope you find him soon and he's OK. :)

As for the Cops here, I've almost given up on them. They are seriously too busy collecting pay-off money from drug dealers to do anything worthwhile. :mad:

Tompier
Jun 15th, 2004, 06:43 PM
Found the doggie around 4am this morning, he's dead :sad:

:sad: I wish I were there, I am sure together we would make them pay for what they've done :(

Kart
Jun 15th, 2004, 06:46 PM
Sorry to hear about your dog.

Barrie_Dude
Jun 15th, 2004, 09:35 PM
Bacardi, I am sooooooooo sorry!

Helen Lawson
Jun 15th, 2004, 09:39 PM
Bacardi, that is terrible, I have to ask though, where do you live that this happens with the police as bad as you say, the Bronx?

esquímaux
Jun 15th, 2004, 09:39 PM
Call PETA.

Bacardi
Jun 15th, 2004, 09:50 PM
I live in Lee County Virginia, the Oxy Contin Capital of the USA. The cops seriously accept payoffs from the local drug dealers in order to keep them in business. I have a friend that even works for the County as a deputy and tells me what goes on, it sickens me. Our lovely sheriff was on his way out, but he took a bus and loaded up the entire jail and told them if they voted for him and the Commonwealths attorney of his choice they'd give them one day out of jail for free. And that happened and he only won by 1% in the votes. What's sad is there is nothing we can do about it. It's a shitty deal in small towns like this, it is just as backwards and crooked as you see on the movies.

Would PETA do something about it? I'm trying to find somewhere that will do something about these people. It's not so much I want my money back, I'd prefer to have my dog alive and well, but I just think something needs to be done to those monsters for what they done.

Helen Lawson
Jun 15th, 2004, 09:58 PM
I am sorry to hear that.

*JR*
Jun 15th, 2004, 10:52 PM
Much as I agree with the impulse for revenge, I have to join Chris in urging caution. It would be a double tragedy if the bad guys won twice, with you getting caught for your retaliation. Best wishes in your time of sorrow, whatever your next action is. And your state Attorney General's office might find the stuff about the Sheriff interesting.