Post # 1
Sorry, just feel like I need to vent this out because I’m left in utter disbelief. I’m scrolling through the newest feed on my Facebook, and someone has posted a picture of a bobcat walking in the road. The caption was something to the effect of “this is the suspect in the murder of my backyard pal Peter”. As I keep scrolling on my newsfeed, I learn who Peter was. Peter was the rabbit who lived in their backyard. I learned who Peter was because my Facebook friend posted a photo of him holding up the poor animal’s mangled, half eaten body! I almost freaking vomited. Like seriously, WTF!?
Post # 3
Omg wtf!?!? Hide this idiot from your newsfeed
Post # 6
@PaisleyMedic: Speaking of mangled animals.
I had a FB friend that posted a picture of his cat one time with a bandage on his poor neck and the caption said “the orange cat will pay for this” Apparently an orange cat had hurt his cat when it was outside, didn’t look life threatening or anything to his poor kitty but he was out for revenge apparently.
Fast forward 3 months, he posts a picture of a side view of an orange cat laying on a lawn chair on his deck (the picture was through his screen door), I was curious why he posted this. So i checked out the caption… “we have slain orange cat… there will be no ceremony” UH so I looked closely at the picture… yeah you can see blood spots on the orange cat’s fur. Holy shit. He totally killed the cat and posted a picture to FB.
I’m sorry but my beloved little cat is sweet as shit, but would fight with another cat if they were out in the ‘wild’ together, I would NEVER kill the cat who hurt him. I was apalled. And to post it on FB?? really??
Post # 7
@TheRockerBee: oh my GOD! Thats just horrible?! I hope you reported him to the RSPCA or something!
I always get worried someone might hurt my kitty 🙁 for some reason people just target cats…
Post # 8
Oh my god, that is so wrong, and sad. 🙁 I just dont understand why people do this….
Post # 9
Sorry, ignore me, I mixed up two different stories.
OP, I would definitely block this person from your newsfeed.
Post # 10
@Rachael1287: no! I didn’t even think about that!
My kitty goes outside sometimes, so I’m always wary of if he tries to leave the yard (luckily he never does) but it is scary!