Woman who killed cat trying to cure its limp says RSPCA "persecuted" her

Bournemouth Echo: Claire Pritchard, who accidentally killed her cat while try to cure its limp Claire Pritchard, who accidentally killed her cat while try to cure its limp

THE WOMAN who accidentally killed her cat after giving the animal paracetamol has accused the RSPCA of persecuting her.

Grandmother Claire Pritchard from Mandale Road, West Howe, said: "I think generally the RSPCA do a great job but they will persecute and harass you if they think you have done wrong.

"I couldn't believe they prosecuted me. When their guy came to take a statement from me I was shocked at the way he spoke to me."

Mrs Pritchard, 43, said she had given her cats tiny pieces of paracetamol in the past and it had helped.

She claimed that Midnight may have died from an undiagnosed abscess rather than a drugs overdose.

She said: "Midnight had a limp. She must have jumped off something and hurt herself so I gave her just one quarter of paracetamol in the morning and she seemed to improve.

"Then my daughter called the RSPCA because Midnight wasn't any better and they took her away. I told them what I had done and they said I had poisoned her.

"Later they phoned me up and asked for my permission to put her down. I asked them if there was anything they could do and they said no.

"I have had pets since I was a child and know how to look after them. I have been giving cats a little bit of paracetamol for years without any problems.

"The RSPCA have visited me twice since the court case to check my other animals.

"Midnight was three years old and I had her since she was little. She was one my cat's babies."

Mrs Pritchard has two other cats called Maisie Moo-Moo and Sidilicious and dog called Barney Boo.

The RSPCA has defended its decision to prosecute, saying the case was a warning to other people.

Inspector Graham Hammond said: “She had the use of the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals which is a free service but chose not to use it.

“This cat needlessly died because she administered a substance that is poisonous to cats.”

He has urged anyone who suspects their animal has suffered an injury to seek the attention of a vet.

She was ordered to pay £280 costs and given a two-year conditional discharge by Poole magistrates.

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4:46pm Tue 9 Oct 12

scrumpyjack says...

'I have been giving cats a little bit of paracetamol for years without any problems.'

Looks like she knows better than vets as to the potential negative effects of this drug on cats.

Learned her lesson.....?
'I have been giving cats a little bit of paracetamol for years without any problems.' Looks like she knows better than vets as to the potential negative effects of this drug on cats. Learned her lesson.....? scrumpyjack
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4:48pm Tue 9 Oct 12

asj says...

this story proves to me, that it should be mandatory to take out some form of pet insurance. before you are able to keep a pet, or multiple pets!!!!
this story proves to me, that it should be mandatory to take out some form of pet insurance. before you are able to keep a pet, or multiple pets!!!! asj
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4:52pm Tue 9 Oct 12

RageAgainstTheMachine says...

My mum used to give our family dog a little bit of asprin if he was off colour,it was on very rare occasions and i myself have given our dog calpol,when he himself was a bit ropey,he perked right up!
My mum used to give our family dog a little bit of asprin if he was off colour,it was on very rare occasions and i myself have given our dog calpol,when he himself was a bit ropey,he perked right up! RageAgainstTheMachine
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4:56pm Tue 9 Oct 12

muscliffman says...

Cat issue - should not have been prosecuted.
Grim and silly Echo 'misery pic' with arms folded - guilty.
Cat issue - should not have been prosecuted. Grim and silly Echo 'misery pic' with arms folded - guilty. muscliffman
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5:06pm Tue 9 Oct 12

mummum1234 says...

This lady sold me a cat which has heart problems and is on medication for life.... im starting to think did she give his mum paracetamol when it was in labour?

She should not be allowed to keep animals....
This lady sold me a cat which has heart problems and is on medication for life.... im starting to think did she give his mum paracetamol when it was in labour? She should not be allowed to keep animals.... mummum1234
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5:12pm Tue 9 Oct 12

nosuchluck54 says...

mummum1234 wrote:
This lady sold me a cat which has heart problems and is on medication for life.... im starting to think did she give his mum paracetamol when it was in labour?

She should not be allowed to keep animals....
Yeah i get the impression there may be more to this story than is being reported
[quote][p][bold]mummum1234[/bold] wrote: This lady sold me a cat which has heart problems and is on medication for life.... im starting to think did she give his mum paracetamol when it was in labour? She should not be allowed to keep animals....[/p][/quote]Yeah i get the impression there may be more to this story than is being reported nosuchluck54
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5:13pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Lobo says...

RageAgainstTheMachin
e
wrote:
My mum used to give our family dog a little bit of asprin if he was off colour,it was on very rare occasions and i myself have given our dog calpol,when he himself was a bit ropey,he perked right up!
You know...there's these things called the internet and Google...

http://lmgtfy.com/?q
=is+paracetamol+pois
onous+to+dogs&l=1
[quote][p][bold]RageAgainstTheMachin e[/bold] wrote: My mum used to give our family dog a little bit of asprin if he was off colour,it was on very rare occasions and i myself have given our dog calpol,when he himself was a bit ropey,he perked right up![/p][/quote]You know...there's these things called the internet and Google... http://lmgtfy.com/?q =is+paracetamol+pois onous+to+dogs&l=1 Lobo
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5:15pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Lobo says...

BTW - Calpol is Paracetamol if you didn't realise.

Also ibuprofen is not safe for dogs, meloxicam is the correct equivalent.
BTW - Calpol is Paracetamol if you didn't realise. Also ibuprofen is not safe for dogs, meloxicam is the correct equivalent. Lobo
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5:24pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Wesoblind says...

i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!! Wesoblind
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5:34pm Tue 9 Oct 12

O'Reilly says...

Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
LOL....I think what they are spraying is duel purpose, to deplete the brain cells and also to deplete the 'useless eater' population.
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]LOL....I think what they are spraying is duel purpose, to deplete the brain cells and also to deplete the 'useless eater' population. O'Reilly
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5:34pm Tue 9 Oct 12

O'Reilly says...

Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
LOL....I think what they are spraying is duel purpose, to deplete the brain cells and also to deplete the 'useless eater' population.
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]LOL....I think what they are spraying is duel purpose, to deplete the brain cells and also to deplete the 'useless eater' population. O'Reilly
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5:46pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Adrian XX says...

'depleated'? 'duel purpose'? fewer brain cells?
'depleated'? 'duel purpose'? fewer brain cells? Adrian XX
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5:49pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Adrian XX says...

ibuprofen is not safe for dogs

Neither are seals: http://bbc.in/Qaxvuc - GO RSPCA - another case for you!
[quote]ibuprofen is not safe for dogs[/quote] Neither are seals: http://bbc.in/Qaxvuc - GO RSPCA - another case for you! Adrian XX
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5:54pm Tue 9 Oct 12

whataboutthat says...

Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
Not the spraying malarkey, please.
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]Not the spraying malarkey, please. whataboutthat
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5:58pm Tue 9 Oct 12

vld2402 says...

The RSPCA did right. If your child was sick you'd get a doctor to see them not diagnose it yourself and give them any drug you have lying around, it's the same thing with your animal. Animals are a resposibility and when you take on an animal you are supposed to provide proper food, environment and health care.
The RSPCA did right. If your child was sick you'd get a doctor to see them not diagnose it yourself and give them any drug you have lying around, it's the same thing with your animal. Animals are a resposibility and when you take on an animal you are supposed to provide proper food, environment and health care. vld2402
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6:02pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Adrian XX says...

Animals are a resposibility and when you take on an animal you are supposed to provide proper food, environment and health care.

Say the animal is a rabbit and you want to eat it after a few months because you get bored with it as a pet. If you kill it humanely, is that OK?
[quote]Animals are a resposibility and when you take on an animal you are supposed to provide proper food, environment and health care.[/quote] Say the animal is a rabbit and you want to eat it after a few months because you get bored with it as a pet. If you kill it humanely, is that OK? Adrian XX
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6:18pm Tue 9 Oct 12

mysticalshoelace says...

I don't think it was just a case of her giving the cat paracetamol as in the other echo article it states that the cat was limping and she thought it had been knocked over by a car, yet didn't seek veterinary help for at least 24 hours!

What sort of person with an inkling of intelligence would leave an animal that long or indeed just give it a painkiller when they suspected that it had been run down??!!
I don't think it was just a case of her giving the cat paracetamol as in the other echo article it states that the cat was limping and she thought it had been knocked over by a car, yet didn't seek veterinary help for at least 24 hours! What sort of person with an inkling of intelligence would leave an animal that long or indeed just give it a painkiller when they suspected that it had been run down??!! mysticalshoelace
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6:25pm Tue 9 Oct 12

ashleycross says...

In criminal prosecutions the victim can appeal against the sentence if it doesn't seem to be enough. Unfortunately the cat cannot appeal as it is dead and it was of course a cat. As this woman seems to be showing no sign whatsoever of being sorry for poisoning her cat instead of taking it to a vet who would know how to care for it, the RSPCA should appeal against the sentence. Unfortunately this would leave them with less funding for rescuing other animals from this kind of person.
Anyone who gave their kids a drug made for animals and ended up poisoning them would be in big trouble.
Incidentally, this is the drug which is causing so many liver problems in toddlers because it is so overused to dope them up pretty much constantly by a lot of parents.
In criminal prosecutions the victim can appeal against the sentence if it doesn't seem to be enough. Unfortunately the cat cannot appeal as it is dead and it was of course a cat. As this woman seems to be showing no sign whatsoever of being sorry for poisoning her cat instead of taking it to a vet who would know how to care for it, the RSPCA should appeal against the sentence. Unfortunately this would leave them with less funding for rescuing other animals from this kind of person. Anyone who gave their kids a drug made for animals and ended up poisoning them would be in big trouble. Incidentally, this is the drug which is causing so many liver problems in toddlers because it is so overused to dope them up pretty much constantly by a lot of parents. ashleycross
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6:27pm Tue 9 Oct 12

spooki says...

If she was that worried she should have taken it to the vet for a check. Plus, if they took the cat away why didn't she go with him? Why did her daughter call them in the first place? so many questions to this one.
HOWEVER some people get away with worse and don't get so much punishment. She thought she was helping her pet I suppose.
If she was that worried she should have taken it to the vet for a check. Plus, if they took the cat away why didn't she go with him? Why did her daughter call them in the first place? so many questions to this one. HOWEVER some people get away with worse and don't get so much punishment. She thought she was helping her pet I suppose. spooki
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6:59pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Specialist says...

One less cat, can't be a bad thing!
One less cat, can't be a bad thing! Specialist
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8:05pm Tue 9 Oct 12

manana says...

Specialist wrote:
One less cat, can't be a bad thing!
Rather have a cat than most twits on here...
[quote][p][bold]Specialist[/bold] wrote: One less cat, can't be a bad thing![/p][/quote]Rather have a cat than most twits on here... manana
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8:16pm Tue 9 Oct 12

pete woodley says...

Manana,i hope you are not referring to me.
Manana,i hope you are not referring to me. pete woodley
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8:34pm Tue 9 Oct 12

corozin says...

Seriously, you have to be some special kind of idiot to give paracetomol to a cat. In human doses it's the equivalent of feeding a painkiller the size of a cake to a person.

The cat would have actually died in quite a lot of pain. The RSPCA were absolutely right to press for a prosecution. This woman acted appallingly. The cat should have gone to a vet if it was distressed.
Seriously, you have to be some special kind of idiot to give paracetomol to a cat. In human doses it's the equivalent of feeding a painkiller the size of a cake to a person. The cat would have actually died in quite a lot of pain. The RSPCA were absolutely right to press for a prosecution. This woman acted appallingly. The cat should have gone to a vet if it was distressed. corozin
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8:52pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Specialist says...

manana wrote:
Specialist wrote:
One less cat, can't be a bad thing!
Rather have a cat than most twits on here...
another one bites the dust!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!
[quote][p][bold]manana[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Specialist[/bold] wrote: One less cat, can't be a bad thing![/p][/quote]Rather have a cat than most twits on here...[/p][/quote]another one bites the dust!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! Specialist
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9:17pm Tue 9 Oct 12

pete woodley says...

Stop blaming the RSPCA.
Stop blaming the RSPCA. pete woodley
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9:33pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Dibbles2 says...

Nobody seems to have commented on the fact that she pleaded guilty anyway! She put her hands up and was sentenced accordingly. Whats to complain about? i didnt know paracetomol was harmful to cats but then I wouldnt have been so stupid as to give to them anyway.
Nobody seems to have commented on the fact that she pleaded guilty anyway! She put her hands up and was sentenced accordingly. Whats to complain about? i didnt know paracetomol was harmful to cats but then I wouldnt have been so stupid as to give to them anyway. Dibbles2
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9:35pm Tue 9 Oct 12

live-and-let-live says...

did the rspca do a post mortem? did they establish the cause of death to parecetamol? or did they just assume the cause of death ?
did the rspca do a post mortem? did they establish the cause of death to parecetamol? or did they just assume the cause of death ? live-and-let-live
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9:53pm Tue 9 Oct 12

The Renegade Master says...

Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron!

This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron! This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity. The Renegade Master
  • Score: 0

10:29pm Tue 9 Oct 12

Adrian XX says...

The cat should have gone to a vet if it was distressed.

Indeed. One wonders why it didn't.
[quote]The cat should have gone to a vet if it was distressed.[/quote] Indeed. One wonders why it didn't. Adrian XX
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8:50am Wed 10 Oct 12

scrumpyjack says...

Adrian XX wrote:
The cat should have gone to a vet if it was distressed.

Indeed. One wonders why it didn't.
funny.
[quote][p][bold]Adrian XX[/bold] wrote: [quote]The cat should have gone to a vet if it was distressed.[/quote] Indeed. One wonders why it didn't.[/p][/quote]funny. scrumpyjack
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8:55am Wed 10 Oct 12

scoooobles says...

"I can't believe RSPCA prosecuted me for killing my cat"

I cant believe you're 43.
"I can't believe RSPCA prosecuted me for killing my cat" I cant believe you're 43. scoooobles
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9:34am Wed 10 Oct 12

Wesoblind says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron!

This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.
not another moron who cant see whats infront of there face and obviously does all their research from their couch.

i wonder if this woman has children and if they started scratching at the bum she would give them cat worming tablets?
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron! This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.[/p][/quote]not another moron who cant see whats infront of there face and obviously does all their research from their couch. i wonder if this woman has children and if they started scratching at the bum she would give them cat worming tablets? Wesoblind
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9:55am Wed 10 Oct 12

BarrHumbug says...

mummum1234 wrote:
This lady sold me a cat which has heart problems and is on medication for life.... im starting to think did she give his mum paracetamol when it was in labour?

She should not be allowed to keep animals....
You bought an animal from THIS woman!
[quote][p][bold]mummum1234[/bold] wrote: This lady sold me a cat which has heart problems and is on medication for life.... im starting to think did she give his mum paracetamol when it was in labour? She should not be allowed to keep animals....[/p][/quote]You bought an animal from THIS woman! BarrHumbug
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10:21am Wed 10 Oct 12

The Renegade Master says...

Wesoblind wrote:
The Renegade Master wrote:
Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron!

This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.
not another moron who cant see whats infront of there face and obviously does all their research from their couch.

i wonder if this woman has children and if they started scratching at the bum she would give them cat worming tablets?
Wow the Echo does attract some idiots these days.

For those not in the know, Wesoblind is one of those weirdo's who thinks aircraft vapour trails are actually chemical trails, spraying toxins into the atmosphere to kill us all! I kid you not!
There has been some stuff on the internet and on YouTube about this nonsense, but like all stupid conspiracy theories and the muppets who peddle them, they are never able to provide any proof or tell you who is supposedly responsible!
You can also bet that Wesoblind thinks 9/11 was an inside job, JFK was killed by the CIA, man never went to the Moon, Bigfoot is for real, has a subscription to the Alex Jones channel, loves every book by David Icke and thinks the X-Files was a documentary series!
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron! This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.[/p][/quote]not another moron who cant see whats infront of there face and obviously does all their research from their couch. i wonder if this woman has children and if they started scratching at the bum she would give them cat worming tablets?[/p][/quote]Wow the Echo does attract some idiots these days. For those not in the know, Wesoblind is one of those weirdo's who thinks aircraft vapour trails are actually chemical trails, spraying toxins into the atmosphere to kill us all! I kid you not! There has been some stuff on the internet and on YouTube about this nonsense, but like all stupid conspiracy theories and the muppets who peddle them, they are never able to provide any proof or tell you who is supposedly responsible! You can also bet that Wesoblind thinks 9/11 was an inside job, JFK was killed by the CIA, man never went to the Moon, Bigfoot is for real, has a subscription to the Alex Jones channel, loves every book by David Icke and thinks the X-Files was a documentary series! The Renegade Master
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10:29am Wed 10 Oct 12

BarrHumbug says...

How come in the other story on this matter the majority of comments defend the woman against the RSPCA and yet in this one they take the opposite view?

It makes no difference whether it was an accident obviously human medication is not suitable for pets!
If you can't afford to look after pets properly you shouldn't have them.
I'm surprised she's allowing to keep her remaining pets?
How come in the other story on this matter the majority of comments defend the woman against the RSPCA and yet in this one they take the opposite view? It makes no difference whether it was an accident obviously human medication is not suitable for pets! If you can't afford to look after pets properly you shouldn't have them. I'm surprised she's allowing to keep her remaining pets? BarrHumbug
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11:01am Wed 10 Oct 12

a.g.o.g. says...

Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
U2 Weso!
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]U2 Weso! a.g.o.g.
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12:06pm Wed 10 Oct 12

buickboy says...

stupid ****, deserves locking up
stupid ****, deserves locking up buickboy
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12:42pm Wed 10 Oct 12

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

Hopefully her other pets (Maisie Moo-Moo and Sidilicious and dog called Barney Boo) have been moved to secure accomodation........
...
Hopefully her other pets (Maisie Moo-Moo and Sidilicious and dog called Barney Boo) have been moved to secure accomodation........ ... Letcommonsenseprevail
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3:40pm Wed 10 Oct 12

Joggy6 says...

As if she hasn't suffered enough already by accidentally killing her cat, the RSPCA feels the need to prosecute. This is shameful. The RSPCA should be dealing with the millions of actual cases of cruelty, not accidents. They once tried to prosecute me because I refused to have my cat's leg amputated - now he's walking around fine and happy as larry. Slightly OTT methinks!
As if she hasn't suffered enough already by accidentally killing her cat, the RSPCA feels the need to prosecute. This is shameful. The RSPCA should be dealing with the millions of actual cases of cruelty, not accidents. They once tried to prosecute me because I refused to have my cat's leg amputated - now he's walking around fine and happy as larry. Slightly OTT methinks! Joggy6
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5:53pm Wed 10 Oct 12

Wesoblind says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Wesoblind wrote:
The Renegade Master wrote:
Wesoblind wrote:
i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!!
Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron!

This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.
not another moron who cant see whats infront of there face and obviously does all their research from their couch.

i wonder if this woman has children and if they started scratching at the bum she would give them cat worming tablets?
Wow the Echo does attract some idiots these days.

For those not in the know, Wesoblind is one of those weirdo's who thinks aircraft vapour trails are actually chemical trails, spraying toxins into the atmosphere to kill us all! I kid you not!
There has been some stuff on the internet and on YouTube about this nonsense, but like all stupid conspiracy theories and the muppets who peddle them, they are never able to provide any proof or tell you who is supposedly responsible!
You can also bet that Wesoblind thinks 9/11 was an inside job, JFK was killed by the CIA, man never went to the Moon, Bigfoot is for real, has a subscription to the Alex Jones channel, loves every book by David Icke and thinks the X-Files was a documentary series!
dont forget princess diana!

seriously dont try and win an argumant by personally attacking someone,

I suppose you think the world is flat, smoking is good for you, and barack obama sat in a room and watched the assasination of osama bin laden live on a moniter?

you live in a little bubble nice and comfatable, without a care in the world its nice and easy that way but dont be-little me when you dont know what i believe, or what i know!

You obviously dont know a thin about condensation :)
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: i cant believe you even take these drugs yourself let alone give it to an animal!!!! what ever they are spraying in the sky has really depleated peoples brain cells!!![/p][/quote]Oh dear God, not another retarded chem trail moron! This silly old duffer should have been fined heavily and banned from keeping animals for life. Being a low life from a less than salubrious area of the town is no excuse for her stupidity.[/p][/quote]not another moron who cant see whats infront of there face and obviously does all their research from their couch. i wonder if this woman has children and if they started scratching at the bum she would give them cat worming tablets?[/p][/quote]Wow the Echo does attract some idiots these days. For those not in the know, Wesoblind is one of those weirdo's who thinks aircraft vapour trails are actually chemical trails, spraying toxins into the atmosphere to kill us all! I kid you not! There has been some stuff on the internet and on YouTube about this nonsense, but like all stupid conspiracy theories and the muppets who peddle them, they are never able to provide any proof or tell you who is supposedly responsible! You can also bet that Wesoblind thinks 9/11 was an inside job, JFK was killed by the CIA, man never went to the Moon, Bigfoot is for real, has a subscription to the Alex Jones channel, loves every book by David Icke and thinks the X-Files was a documentary series![/p][/quote]dont forget princess diana! seriously dont try and win an argumant by personally attacking someone, I suppose you think the world is flat, smoking is good for you, and barack obama sat in a room and watched the assasination of osama bin laden live on a moniter? you live in a little bubble nice and comfatable, without a care in the world its nice and easy that way but dont be-little me when you dont know what i believe, or what i know! You obviously dont know a thin about condensation :) Wesoblind
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5:55pm Wed 10 Oct 12

Wesoblind says...

ps i dont think the condensation trails are chemicals being sprayed at all!!!!! I know exactly how a contrail work and is made and in what conditions!
ps i dont think the condensation trails are chemicals being sprayed at all!!!!! I know exactly how a contrail work and is made and in what conditions! Wesoblind
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8:34pm Wed 10 Oct 12

pd7 says...

All this about a moggie
All this about a moggie pd7
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10:21am Thu 11 Oct 12

Dorset Logic says...

43!
43! Dorset Logic
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10:22am Thu 11 Oct 12

leagalbrief says...

RSPCA = SELF SERVING IDIOTS
RSPCA = SELF SERVING IDIOTS leagalbrief
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11:13am Thu 11 Oct 12

scrumpyjack says...

Wesoblind wrote:
ps i dont think the condensation trails are chemicals being sprayed at all!!!!! I know exactly how a contrail work and is made and in what conditions!
Of course you do dear.
[quote][p][bold]Wesoblind[/bold] wrote: ps i dont think the condensation trails are chemicals being sprayed at all!!!!! I know exactly how a contrail work and is made and in what conditions![/p][/quote]Of course you do dear. scrumpyjack
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8:20pm Thu 11 Oct 12

catlover2012 says...

This is all about a woman who obviously can't look after anyone or anything. She should not be able to ever have pets again. She should have all those poor animals taken off her. I know for a fact that this woman has had other pets that have been mistreated. RSPCA please do something about this woman and make sure she can never hurt another animal again
This is all about a woman who obviously can't look after anyone or anything. She should not be able to ever have pets again. She should have all those poor animals taken off her. I know for a fact that this woman has had other pets that have been mistreated. RSPCA please do something about this woman and make sure she can never hurt another animal again catlover2012
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