People make me sick!!! (TRIGGER WARNING)

posted 2 weeks ago in Pets
Post # 2
Hostess
7365 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2019

Jacqui90 :  WTH? That is tragic! I am so so sorry for her loss, how upsetting for you all. The world makes me really sad sometimes. 

Post # 5
Hostess
7365 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2019

Jacqui90 :  I wonder if there was any way he crawled into the car and someone shut the door without realising. Was the person who found him not the owner of the car? 

Post # 6
Member
1489 posts
Bumble bee

That’s fucked up. People disgust me too. Particularly animal and child abusers. Just sick 

Post # 7
Member
1489 posts
Bumble bee

How do they know he escaped and the sick fuck didn’t take him. I’m so terrified of dog nappers.

Post # 7
Member
1258 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

The person who found him cremated his toys for her, buried them and put a rose on top which was sweet, but HE SHOULD NOT HAVE DIED!

Something about this is fishy.  Does Future Sister-In-Law know who’s car her dog was found in?  I find it strange that someone found him in a car and was able to get him out without the owner of the car present.  Who told her about her furbaby being found and how did they know those specifics?  I suspect the perpetrator is a lot closer than she’s willing to look, like the guy who cremated the stuff.

Post # 8
Member
1133 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Jacqui90 :  “Someone (not sure who, could have been a tradie working next door or someone walking by) LOCKED HIM IN A CAR AND LEFT HIM!

The person who found him cremated his toys for her, buried them and put a rose on top which was sweet, but HE SHOULD NOT HAVE DIED!”

Soooo… the dog got out, someone locked him in a car and left him, then someone else cremated the dog’s toys and buried them with a rose on top? I am confused.

I know this is upsetting, but can you please clarify? How does she know someone locked him in the car and left him? Why would someone else randomly cremate the dog’s toys and bury them? How would they have access to the toys? How do you know what happened to the dog? Even if he did pass away, what ultimately happened to his body?

Post # 9
Member
4287 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

I also don’t understand any of this story. The person that found the dog must have been the one to put him in the car in the first place otherwise how did they get to him? And how did they have access to his toys to burn and burry? And why on earth did they do that when it wasn’t their dog?!

Post # 11
Member
521 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2017

Jacqui90 :  also fully confused…could you please explain?

Post # 12
Hostess
7365 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2019

I am glad others are as confused as I was by it all! 

Post # 13
Member
5780 posts
Bee Keeper

Why was her dog unsupervised for the entire day while she was at work? Who found the dog? Was this the same person who “cremated” the toys? Why would a random person do this instead of just calling the police or animal services? 

Post # 14
Member
360 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2018 - City Hall

Jacqui90 :  This is very sad indeed. 

Did the dog get very excited when going for car rides? 

I only ask because I know someone who’s dog jumped into the backseat of their car while they were getting something out of it. They never noticed that he went back there and unknowingly closed him into the vehicle. 

That night he didn’t come inside (he had 7 acres of land to roam on) and they couldn’t find him. 

Imagine their surprise (and guilt) when they found him the next day on their way out 🙁

It was a total accident. Poor thing. 

Post # 15
Member
209 posts
Helper bee

Terrible and very insane.

On another note, though. PLEASE check to see if car is running before breaking into car. I had an issue once in the past where I left my a/c on frigid full blast with doors locked and this crazy man lost his mind trying to break in because all he saw was my dog in a car (happy and relaxed)… not the fact the car was running with music and wind was blowing in the car like a hurricane. Not the fact that she was not even panting or distressed.

And before someone calls this abuse (because 5 minutes in a car with a/c has been tagged dog abuse before)… I felt it was better to take her with me that day to a family event to be loved on and socialised.. than leave her in a kennel for 8 hours unattended (to me that was abuse). I ran by a grocery store for 5 minutes and came out to this guy not really paying attention. Just trying to play hero.

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