In one day, Adams SPCA finds cat shot by arrow, dog shot in head

Adams County SPCA Humane Officer Abigail Avery, who joined the SPCA in September 2009, has seen cases of abuse and neglect -- including chained dogs, backyard breeders, neglected dogs and skinny horses and pigs. Full Story
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john doe 000069

Sykesville, MD

#1 Jul 17, 2010
Just another stray cat. Keep them locked up or else.
jim

Mount Wolf, PA

#2 Jul 17, 2010
the sickoos are coming out more and more every day, can't tell me this isn't evil sweeping over us, these morons will meet up with their fate one day, and they will suffer too.
ussurf

Felton, PA

#3 Jul 17, 2010
Only a coward would do these things to animals.
Big Bad Wolf

Woodland Hills, CA

#4 Jul 17, 2010
Well thats one less cat that will have the opportunity to get into my trash. Strays are vermin.
oh no

York, PA

#5 Jul 17, 2010
The person(s) that did this are not even animals.
john doe 000069

Sykesville, MD

#6 Jul 17, 2010
oh no wrote:
The person(s) that did this are not even animals.
Then what are they?
oh no

York, PA

#7 Jul 17, 2010
To hurt an animal like these were hurt,
they are less than human.
Reality

AOL

#8 Jul 17, 2010
Big Bad Wolf wrote:
Well thats one less cat that will have the opportunity to get into my trash. Strays are vermin.
Well i guess if you were stuck on the street with no home then youd prolly do tha same moron
oh no

York, PA

#9 Jul 17, 2010
probably, not prolly!
Just Sayin

York, PA

#10 Jul 17, 2010
Mr. Oh No (I'm an idiot!!!), if you are so adamantly opposed to these animals, why not be a generous supporter of animal shelter or do your part to help an organization humanely manage the over population. Sadly in alot of these cases, it is an angry neighbor, likely someone like you, who takes these kinds of steps. The dog, if it was otherwise healthy, was probably someones pet.
Someone lost a beloved member of their family, but an insensitive knucklehead like you just wouldn't get that.
oh no

York, PA

#11 Jul 17, 2010
Just Sayin, can you read and understand
English?
Where did I say anything that you ACCUSE
me of?
Once again....can you read and understand
English?
oh no

York, PA

#12 Jul 17, 2010
Just Sayin, maybe you shouldn't drink
the petro, put it in the car.
Ace

Hollidaysburg, PA

#13 Jul 19, 2010
What is with all the name calling? This is a punishable offense. Somebody call these creeps out and do the same to them as they did to the animals. Case closed.
low life

Philadelphia, PA

#14 Jul 19, 2010
anyone who will shoot a dog in the head deserves to be shot in the head, low life pieces of crap, makes me sick. an eye for an eye, whether it is an animal or human. same with dog fighting, that football player should have been thrown in with his dogs to be killed...
The TRUTH

Ephrata, PA

#15 Jul 19, 2010
low life wrote:
anyone who will shoot a dog in the head deserves to be shot in the head, low life pieces of crap, makes me sick. an eye for an eye, whether it is an animal or human. same with dog fighting, that football player should have been thrown in with his dogs to be killed...
so it is ok to kill cows and chickens? why are dogs so special? eat much meat?
low life

Ephrata, PA

#16 Jul 19, 2010
I guess you are right. sorry. I do eat beef and chicken

Since: Sep 08

Carlisle PA

#17 Jul 19, 2010
The TRUTH wrote:
<quoted text>
so it is ok to kill cows and chickens? why are dogs so special? eat much meat?
Feels like a waste of time to explain it, but there is a difference between killing for food and killing for pleasure.
Oh Brother

Glen Rock, PA

#18 Jul 19, 2010
HyperU2 wrote:
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Feels like a waste of time to explain it, but there is a difference between killing for food and killing for pleasure.
No there isn't. You could eat other things besides cows. You could live well off eggs and milk. But you kill cows because you take pleasure in eating them. Just like I take pleasure in keeping my trash inside the trash cans. Dead dogs tell no tales.
ussurf

Felton, PA

#19 Jul 19, 2010
The TRUTH wrote:
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so it is ok to kill cows and chickens? why are dogs so special? eat much meat?
Its o.k. to kill cows and chickens because of the H045N1 syndrome that dogs and cats carry.
Cows and chickens do not carry this genetic defect,So cows and chickens are safe to eat.
Oh Brother

Glen Rock, PA

#20 Jul 19, 2010
ussurf wrote:
<quoted text>Its o.k. to kill cows and chickens because of the H045N1 syndrome that dogs and cats carry.
Cows and chickens do not carry this genetic defect,So cows and chickens are safe to eat.
Plus cows and chickens are smart enough not to eat their own poop.

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