Tiny Kitten Murdered in North St. Louis, Suffered Blunt Trauma, Rescuers Say

There are 7 comments on the River Front Times story from Aug 2, 2013, titled Tiny Kitten Murdered in North St. Louis, Suffered Blunt Trauma, Rescuers Say. In it, River Front Times reports that:

A tiny black-and-white kitten, only eight-weeks-old, was found dead in north St. Louis yesterday and animal rescuers say it's very clear someone used a rock to kill the animal.

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Saint Louis, MO

#1 Aug 2, 2013
I wish they would find the sick, scumbag who did this and treat them the same way. Beat them to death wit a big rock. Seems fair to me.
Spider Hater

Paris, France

#2 Aug 2, 2013
--- NEWS FLASH ---

A young 1cm spider has been found swatted under my shoe ! The poor animal, no more than a few weeks old, was already a mother of 90+ and was killed while she was courageously crossing my livingroom attempting to bring food back to her family which probably resides in my garage.

Extra Baygon and Raid assets have been deployed throughout my house in case her extended family attempts to exact revenge for her untimely death.
reality check

Midland, TX

#3 Aug 2, 2013
First of all, only humans can be murdered. Any nonsense to the contrary is theater of the absurd.

Secondly, wishing the torture and death of a fellow human being for the death of a kitten is far sicker than anything the cat killer did. How about a little perspective here?

Chicago, IL

#4 Aug 2, 2013
The proper perspective is that any sick chimp that will bash a kitten to death with a stick(how appropriate for a north side yard ape) is seriously mentally disturbed. Napalm the north side and shoot the flaming apes when they try to escape.
Big Brenda


#5 Aug 3, 2013
Still trying to work out how you 'murder' a kitten, Peta phrases it better they just euthanizes pets.

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#6 Aug 3, 2013
Humane society people are either stupid or ignorant. There isn't any scientifically validated research to support this conclusion...
"Mike Perkins, director of the society's animal cruelty task force, says in a statement. "We know that people who would do this to a defenseless kitten are also likely to be violent toward people. This person needs to be stopped and brought to justice.""
Why can't they get an educated person who understands logic and science be in a position of power at the humane society.
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Los Altos, CA

#7 Aug 3, 2013
wrong again unsung blockhead.

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