Friday, May 06, 2011

Atrocious Animal Cruelty

Because of a slump in business after the Canadian Winter Olympics finished 100 Huskies that were used by tourism companies for dog sled rides north of Whistler were massacred and dumped in a mass grave some still alive, howling and whimpering in pain while attempting to crawl out of the mass grave with multiple double barrel shotgun and hunting knife wounds. Parts of their faces were blown away with raw and bloody flesh hanging off other parts of their shattered bodies.

This appaling massacre only came to the attention of The Royal Canadian Mounted Police when an unnamed employee claimed and was granted compensation for post traumatic stress disorder as a result of his or her participation in this appaling massacre of 100 Huskies using either a bouble barrel shot gun or hunting knife. Huskies were also tethered beside the mass grave and could see other Huskies being massacred right before right before their very eyes. Coming back on the second day to massacre more Huskies or finish off the wounded ones was just to gruesome and i couldn't hack it anymore, said the unnamed employee.

I reckon no compensation should have been awarded because the unnamed employee knew exactly what he or she was doing at the time and had the option to say "NO" and walk away but didn't. This compensation payment is a load of bollocks because you have to take responsibility for your actions.

Why couldn't these lovable and loyal Huskies be fostered out to loving and caring people who are quite willing to care and look after them. This would be a better alternative all round instead of this unnecesary waste of life. An inquiry has been opened by The Royal Canadian Mounted Police hopefully they will nab more culprits responsible for this atrocious, disgraceful and appaling act of cruelty and waste of life.

(c) 2011 Windsmoke.   


The Elephant's Child said...

Aaaargh. Some people are a complete waste of the oxygen they use.

Dave King said...

Quite unbelievable! I could go on for pages, but I won't, Ill just feel sick.

jane.healy said...

How appalling - I agree with you about the compensation payment!

Life Ramblings said...

it's really sad that animals suffer endlessly at the hands of humans in many situations.

River said...

This has made me cry. All those responsible should be jailed or at the very least heavily fined and given many years community service time. In pet shelters.

Tempo said...

Terrible, but we know that things like this happen all the time in all countries..shame!

Dianne said...

There seems to be a perception that pain and stress to animals is of no consequence! well to the animal concerned it most certainly is. makes me cringe!

Beach Bum said...

That was barbaric.

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day THE ELEPHANTS CHILD: Not only that also a waste of a good space :-).

G' Day DAVE KING: This post was twice as long but i cut it down to get straight to the heart of the matter :-).

G' Day JANE HEALY: Absolutely, considering it was brought on by the unnamed employee :-).

G' Day LIFE RAMBLINGS: These Huskies suffered this fate because of greedy people in there quest for the almighty dollar :-).

G' Day RIVER: When i first read the story in the newspaper it didn't make me cry, but it did make my blood boil, it also got under skin and right up my hairy nose :-).

G' Day TEMPO: It's more than a shame that these lovable and loyal Huskies got massacred and no one else has been caught as yet :-).

G' Day DIANNE: Cringe is another good word to use. I welcome you to my humble blog and i hope to hear from you in the future :-).

G' Day BEACH BUM: Absolutely, you hit the nail right on the head my friend :-).

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Windsmoke. said...

G' Day CLOUDIA: Absolutely :-).

who said...

if anybody was seriously awarded compensation I will cry twice. Once for the abused animals and a second time and the stupidity of humans who would compensate a participant.

I feel bad for them if they were traumatized by what they did but I cannot honestly see them getting compensated.

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day WHO: I absolutely agree with you one hundred percent and welcome to my humble blog and i hope to hear from you again in the future :-).