Ardy....
You have a much more even temperment than me when it comes to such matters.... There is NO question that I will end up in prison if I am caught doing what I KNOW I am capable of doing to a person that is this callous toward ANY living creature... but Housepets in particular... There are NO excuses...NONE!! for his kind of behavior.... I worry myself actually when I realize that if I didn't have a few moments to calm down between seeing such an action and catching the person who did it.... I would be perfectly capable of throwing THAT individual out of a car at 60 miles an hour ( assuming that I had the physical advantage)....



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Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2017 22:51:19 -0500
From: "Ardy Robertson" To: Subject: [Felvtalk] Kitten tossed out of car
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Hello my Felv friends ---- this is a little off-topic, but I have to vent: My granddaughter texted me this afternoon that a Facebook friend of hers was driving from our city to a neighboring town, when the vehicle ahead of her
tossed a kitten out of the car window at 60 mph!! The poor little babe
struck her windshield! She was able to come to a safe stop, but was unable to get the license number or really much of a description of the vehicle. The little gray kitty was badly injured, but she is taking good care of it, and has it home with her tonight. He (or she) has eye and nose injuries, among others, but I believe he is stable. My granddaughter messaged her friend and said that she will help with the vet bill and also with the food and other supplies she will need for this kitty. The friend says she is going to provide a forever home for the kitty. I am dropping off some money in the morning at my granddaughter's house to pitch in, because she is going shopping for kitty food, a bed, some toys, a brush, etc. for her friend. We are just so irritated that someone would do something like this, and I am so
grateful there are people like my granddaughter and her friend who are
willing to do what it takes to help this poor little babe.


I am hoping someone on Facebook will see the story they posted, with
pictures, and turn this person in to the authorities. He also could have caused an accident if the girl had swerved to avoid hitting the kitty - but I suppose it happened so fast she probably didn't even know what it was. I
hope this person does not have other pets, or children!


Thanks for listening!

Ardy



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Ardy - generally, I am not supportive of the death penalty, but I would gladly make an exception for barbarians like those you describe, and I would just as happily be the executioner. This is not the first time I have heard this same hideous story. Several years ago in Toronto, Ontario, the same thing happened on one of our highways, and again, that little kitten at least got lucky enough to survive and be rescued by a motorist who saw what happened.

I have heard it repeated elsewhere. I guess that stupid idiot f*&^%s can't find anything more vulnerable and helpless than a kitten to show their toughness. Just obscene.

I shudder to think just how many times the kittens don't survive.

Amani

From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Ardy Robertson
Sent: July-31-17 11:51 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Kitten tossed out of car

Hello my Felv friends ---- this is a little off-topic, but I have to vent: My granddaughter texted me this afternoon that a Facebook friend of hers was driving from our city to a neighboring town, when the vehicle ahead of her tossed a kitten out of the car window at 60 mph!! The poor little babe struck her windshield! She was able to come to a safe stop, but was unable to get the license number or really much of a description of the vehicle. The little gray kitty was badly injured, but she is taking good care of it, and has it home with her tonight. He (or she) has eye and nose injuries, among others, but I believe he is stable. My granddaughter messaged her friend and said that she will help with the vet bill and also with the food and other supplies she will need for this kitty. The friend says she is going to provide a forever home for the kitty. I am dropping off some money in the morning at my granddaughter's house to pitch in, because she is going shopping for kitty food, a be d, some toys, a brush, etc. for her friend. We are just so irritated that someone would do something like this, and I am so grateful there are people like my granddaughter and her friend who are willing to do what it takes to help this poor little babe.

I am hoping someone on Facebook will see the story they posted, with pictures, and turn this person in to the authorities. He also could have caused an accident if the girl had swerved to avoid hitting the kitty - but I suppose it happened so fast she probably didn't even know what it was. I hope this person does not have other pets, or children!

Thanks for listening!
Ardy


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Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2017 23:39:06 -0500
From: Amy Glunt To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
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Makes me sick! Just about a month ago I picked up a kitten off the side of the road that had been tossed out of a car. He's recovered well and is napping next to me on the couch. Fortunately none of his injuries were internal or very serious, but it just makes you rage inside. Who'd do something like that? :( hope the little grey kitten makes a full recovery.
Amy

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On Jul 31, 2017, at 11:16 PM, Amani Oakley  wrote:

Ardy ? generally, I am not supportive of the death penalty, but I would gladly make an exception for barbarians like those you describe, and I would just as happily be the executioner. This is not the first time I have heard this same hideous story. Several years ago in Toronto, Ontario, the same thing happened on one of our highways, and again, that little kitten at least got lucky enough to survive and be rescued by a motorist who saw what happened. I have heard it repeated elsewhere. I guess that stupid idiot f*&^%s can?t find anything more vulnerable and helpless than a kitten to show their toughness. Just obscene.
 I shudder to think just how many times the kittens don?t survive.
 Amani
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Ardy Robertson
Sent: July-31-17 11:51 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Kitten tossed out of car
Hello my Felv friends ---- this is a little off-topic, but I have to vent: My granddaughter texted me this afternoon that a Facebook friend of hers was driving from our city to a neighboring town, when the vehicle ahead of her tossed a kitten out of the car window at 60 mph!! The poor little babe struck her windshield! She was able to come to a safe stop, but was unable to get the license number or really much of a description of the vehicle. The little gray kitty was badly injured, but she is taking good care of it, and has it home with her tonight. He (or she) has eye and nose injuries, among others, but I believe he is stable. My granddaughter messaged her friend and said that she will help with the vet bill and also with the food and other supplies she will need for this kitty. The friend says she is going to provide a forever home for the kitty. I am dropping off some money in the morning at my granddaughter?s house to pitch in, because she is going shopping for kitty food, a
bed, some toys, a brush, etc. for her friend. We are just so irritated that someone would do something like this, and I am so grateful there are people like my granddaughter and her friend who are willing to do what it takes to help this poor little babe.
I am hoping someone on Facebook will see the story they posted, with pictures, and turn this person in to the authorities. He also could have caused an accident if the girl had swerved to avoid hitting the kitty ? but I suppose it happened so fast she probably didn?t even know what it was. I hope this person does not have other pets, or children!
 Thanks for listening!
Ardy
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