river

Poplar Bluff, MO

#1 Feb 27, 2013
Anyone missing couple of dogs?
Animals at large

Vilonia, AR

#2 Mar 3, 2013
People in my neighborhood are going to be missing a lot of dogs (cats too) if they don't start keeping them up and not letting the continue to destroy other peoples property. And before all you libtards start screaming, I have contacted the RCSO and made reports in reference to the matter so that my position is protected legally. I suffered over $1100 in damages in the latest single incident, not counting the two AKC purebreds which were killed by these mutts. Previous incidents have totaled over $12000 in property damages, including $8000 damage to my home. If you were truly responsible persons, you would take responsibility, and pay for the damages. But then again, if you were responsible, you would keep these animals at home and there would be no damages. Therefore, you leave the victims of your indiscretions with little alternative that to protect themselves from further occurances.
Word of advice, if you are going to be a pet owner, be a responsible pet owner. I am, yet your let yours run free to terrorize and damage the neighborhood. My small child has been threatened by these mongrels on a couple of occasions, thank god he was bit, or your dog wouldn't be the only one to get lead poisoning. The responsibility of these animals is on YOU, the owner. Animals at large in my area are considered feral and/or strays. And all strays upon my property WILL be destroyed. You have been advised, and any inaction to confine your animals is negligence on your part, and you are to blame.
And before you start asking which neighbor or area I am referring to, just assume that it could be your neighborhood. Then take steps to prevent your animals from becoming one of the number which will be destroyed due to your incompetence.
SnuffAGlobalist

Doniphan, MO

#3 Mar 5, 2013
$8,000 in damages to your home? So,you are saying that it was pretty much totaled out? LOL
Animals at large

Vilonia, AR

#4 Mar 8, 2013
I'm saying that's what it cost to get the insulation replaced under my modular home. Just over $7900. I really feel for you, if you're living in an $8000 home.
SnuffAGlobalist

Doniphan, MO

#5 Mar 8, 2013
Thank you for your warn and fuzzy feelings toward me.

Seems that you would have fenced off the underside of your mobile home, once you realized that dogs were doing damage.

It seems that your estimate of damage is highly suspect.

So, again, I ask, did the $8,000 alleged damage to your mobile home, total it?
SnuffAGlobalist

Doniphan, MO

#6 Mar 11, 2013
OK
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#7 Mar 11, 2013
SnuffAGlobalist wrote:
OK
Seriously! You guys get way off topics. Why does everyone on here want to jus sling insults? I totally agree about people should be responsable for there animals. Why should I have to pay to fix anything damaged by someone's animals coming onto MY property. I will warn 2 times after that I get out my 12 gauge
Animals at large

Greenbrier, AR

#8 Mar 13, 2013
I see no reason to sit here and argue with an obvious topix troll. No, it did not "total" my mobile. That is what it cost to have a licensed contractor repair the damage. It doesn't matter if the damage exceeds the value of the home if someone else is responsible for the damages. Allowing your animals to run at large is classified as animal abuse under Missouri law.

578.012

1. A person is guilty of animal abuse when a person:
(1) Intentionally or purposely kills an animal in any manner not allowed by or expressly exempted from the provisions of this act;
(2) Purposely, intentionally causes injury, or suffering to an animal;
(3) Having ownership or custody of an animal knowingly fails to provide adequate care or adequate control.

After giving the owners of the animals one last chance to confine and control them, these animals again forced entry into our property and attacked our family pets while causing additional extensive damage to our property in the process.

So, I ask you SnuffAGlobalist, are you willing to accept financial responsibility for the veterinarian bills and property damage?

I plan to have law enforcement and the humane society deal with the animals at large, I assure you that the bill to the owners will be significantly higher than had they decided to be responsible and take care of the problems caused by their negligence.

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