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What Kind of Science Class Has Students Drowning Raccoons? This One, Apparently (Watch)

*A teacher of an agriculture class at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. took it upon himself to drown two raccoons and a opossum, in his classroom, in front of his students.

Actually, he asked the students to help him do it.

Officials say the raccoons had eaten one of the live chickens being raised by the students in class, so I suppose the teacher was punishing the animals in this cruel, inhumane way.

Officials say the teacher, Dewie Brewton, who is currently on paid administrative leave, took two large cages, put the raccoons inside, and then placed them inside a large garbage can. I suppose the opossum was thrown in as well, but there was no mention. He and the students then filled the can with water, using a hose. In the video below, you can see the students standing around; someone wearing gloves appears to be pushing what can be assumed is the wire cage, underwater. One of the raccoons can be seen raising its snout above water in an attempt to breathe. Continue reading

Little Dog Found Dead in Overhead Bin is Latest PR Nightmare for United Airlines (Watch)

French bulldog similar to the one that died on United Airlines flight

*A family is in mourning and masses of folks are in shock after a 10-month-old French Bulldog was found dead in an overhead bin of a United Airlines flight.

United Airlines Flight 1284 began in Houston on Monday with a destination to New York’s La Guardia Airport.

A woman traveling with two young children was told by a flight attendant to place the French bulldog, called “Papacito,” and its carrier in the overhead, according to what June Lara, a passenger sitting nearby reportedly said.

United Airlines has issued an apology, calling the death of the puppy “a tragic accident.” And according to the video report, the flight attendant denies ever knowing there was a dog in the bag.

The flight attendants “felt that the innocent animal was better off crammed inside the overhead container without air and water,” Lara wrote on Facebook.

“They INSISTED that the puppy be locked up for three hours without any kind of airflow. They assured the safety of the family’s pet so wearily, the mother agreed.”

What the f**k were they thinking?

No way in HELL is sorry enough!  Continue reading

Woman’s ‘Don’t You Think You Should Shoot’ Dog Question to Cop Goes Viral (Watch)

*That’s one strong little doggie! And Jessica Dilallo can’t find one f**k to give as to why you don’t agree that the cop watching it tear her car up should’ve shot it. But folks on the good ‘ole world wide web beg to differ. Based on the more than 10 million views of the video — where she can be heard asking a police officer identified by NewsChannel9 as Lt. Matthew Locke of the Dalton Police Department, “You don’t think you should shoot him?” they wouldn’t mind if she got shot instead.

Dilallo, who tells the media,  ?I’m like the most hated person right now because I said I wanted to shoot the dog,? claims she has received all kinds of “death threats” and been called all sorts of “white trash” for even thinking such a thing. Yet and still she says, ?but I still stand by that.? Continue reading

Man Duct Tapes Dog’s Mouth So She’ll Stop Barking…And Look What Happens (To Both of Them!)

William Dodson
William Dodson

*I’m starting to think my boss likes to torture me. Why else would he send these stories my way? He knows the compassion I  exude for animals, especially wounded ones, sometimes appear to outweigh my feelings towards humans. Why then must I, we, learn of yet one more muthaf*cker hurting an innocent animal?

Only THIS could make me use THAT word!

And to add insult to injury, it was just because she barked.

Yet here he is. The A-hole from Charleston, North Carolina named William Dodson, who, on May 27, 2015, chose to tightly wind duct tape around the then-15-month-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix?s snout, nine times, to quiet her natural instinct to bark.

As if this wasn’t enough, he chained her.

duct tape on dog

Fortunately, the dog was able to escape; but it took 36 hours before she was rescued, wandering the streets near Dodson’s home.

Even more fortunate, she was rescued by a veterinarian. Continue reading