Cops: Albany Man Kills Cat By Slammin...

Cops: Albany Man Kills Cat By Slamming It Onto Ground

There are 13 comments on the 13WHAM story from Jul 26, 2012, titled Cops: Albany Man Kills Cat By Slamming It Onto Ground. In it, 13WHAM reports that:

Authorities have charged a 44-year-old man with killing a cat by swinging it by its tail and slamming it several times onto a sidewalk in downtown Albany.

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Wayward

Schenectady, NY

#1 Jul 26, 2012
Why do we let freaks like this wander our streets? We need to permanently institutionalize these idiots.

This guy need shock treatment until he drools.
Sticky

Albany, NY

#2 Jul 26, 2012
He put an injured cat that had been hit by a car out of its misery. We should be proclaiming him a hero, not charging him with a crime.
Wayward

Schenectady, NY

#3 Jul 26, 2012
Sticky wrote:
He put an injured cat that had been hit by a car out of its misery. We should be proclaiming him a hero, not charging him with a crime.
He put it out of its misery by beating it against a wall?

Did your mother have any children that lived?
Pete

Worcester, MA

#4 Jul 26, 2012
Sticky wrote:
He put an injured cat that had been hit by a car out of its misery. We should be proclaiming him a hero, not charging him with a crime.
Next time I hit a scrub riding his bike selling crack, I'll be sure to grab him by his nappy dreads and finish him off
Grishe10

Schenectady, NY

#5 Jul 27, 2012
Sticky wrote:
He put an injured cat that had been hit by a car out of its misery. We should be proclaiming him a hero, not charging him with a crime.
"Proclaiming him a hero"?

So, he should be right up there with John Glenn, Audie Murphy and Captain Sulley?

Idiot.

Since: Oct 09

Leiden, Netherlands

#6 Aug 2, 2012
Sticky wrote:
He put an injured cat that had been hit by a car out of its misery. We should be proclaiming him a hero, not charging him with a crime.
He caused it more pain and suffering,you idiot! Who is to say the at would not have survived had it been given vet care? He should have either taken it to the vet or moved it out of traffic and called animal control.
Sticky

Albany, NY

#7 Aug 2, 2012
And who is supposed to pay for that vet care? Vets don't work for free you know...

Since: Oct 09

Leiden, Netherlands

#8 Aug 2, 2012
Sticky wrote:
And who is supposed to pay for that vet care? Vets don't work for free you know...
If he didn't want to pay for the vet he should have called animal control.
Sticky

Albany, NY

#9 Aug 3, 2012
And stand around for the next three hours to be there just in case animal control bothers to show up?

Since: Jun 12

Albany, NY

#11 Aug 5, 2012
Sticky wrote:
And who is supposed to pay for that vet care? Vets don't work for free you know...
OK, point to any vet that once the cat is in the ofice and the vet says let it die. Just have to name one vet.

Since: Jun 12

Albany, NY

#12 Aug 7, 2012
Years ago I hit a small dog that ran out between two cars. I stopped no one in the area knew who owned the dog. The dog was still alive. But, not moving. I asked one of the home owners there if the could get me a box. A lady ran and got one. I put the dog gently into the box and I knew the area and knew where the closest vet was. I drove there, walked in and explained to the receptionist what happened. She took the dog in the back to see the vet. While working on the dog the receptionist came out and asked me how I was going to pay for this. I said, "I'm not. I did my thing by bringing the dog here." I asked if they needed me anymore and I left.

Way later in the afternoon I called the vet to see the outcome. They found the owner (I told them where I hit the dog and told the people at the scene what vet I was taking the dog to)and they were keeping the dog overnight and sending him home the next day.

I didn't consider beating the dog to death on the pavement.

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Since: Jun 12

Albany, NY

#13 Aug 7, 2012
Sticky wrote:
And stand around for the next three hours to be there just in case animal control bothers to show up?
If that is what it took, I would.
Wigwam

United States

#14 Aug 7, 2012
Sticky wrote:
And stand around for the next three hours to be there just in case animal control bothers to show up?
Like you're doing anything worthwhile with your life. Who are you kidding? You've got NOTHING but time. There is no way that anyone in this world could care about an a$$hole like you, so that leaves out family and friends, and - let's be honest - it isn't like you're going to be discovering a cure for cancer or anything that requires brains.

Spending three hours with a sick animal is likely the most productive thing that a loser like you could do with his time.

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