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Thursday, January 3, 2013

A COLLARENEBRI family is devastated after discovering their much-loved dog, Ninja, was shot dead the day he was removed from their backyard by a council ranger.

A COLLARENEBRI family is devastated after discovering their much-loved dog, Ninja, was shot dead the day he was removed from their backyard by a council ranger. The woman, *Kate, said she did not know how to tell her children their much-loved pet was dead. "They'll be so upset, they really loved that dog," she said. The mother was alerted to the ranger's early-morning visit when she heard him banging on the side of her house. She went outside to see what was causing the noise and found him in her yard. "The dog catcher came out with a rope in his hand and took Ninja out to the tip and shot him in the head," she said, still upset at the memory. The woman said she was initially confused by the situation and didn't know if he was allowed to take their dog or not.

3 comments:

  1. NEWS STORY LINK_ http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/1215523/familys-pet-shot-at-tip-by-council-ranger/?cs=112

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  2. There seems to be a pandemic of dog shootings by law enforcement officers in the US. What on earth is going on there? Is it that all the officers involved are sadists? Thank god, our law enforcement officers in the UK aren't armed. I'm not saying that cruelty does not exist outside the US because obviously it does and the law is more often than not stacked against animals, but at least most countries don't have the gun culture you do over there. Personally, I'm quite sickened by all these horror stories proliferating around the internet at the moment and can only ask; What will it take to change this? What else is possible?"

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  3. That guy needs to be held accountable! Or severely injured by a big bully! Killng an innocent dog is so wrong!

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