A Stunning Case Of Cruelty

Sickest thing Ive heard of in a long time.

"(Toledo, OH) - A worker tossing out the trash, found the remains of three dogs dismembered and piled inside this dumpster behind Banner Mattress at Alexis and Douglas roads.

A cruelty investigator is calling one of the worst abuse cases he's ever seen.

Whoever dumped the dogs, skinned their bodies from head to tail, sliced their necks, and cut off their paws.

Investigators know the dogs weren't killed for their hide, because a bag of fur was also tossed in this dumpster.

Animal Cruelty Investigator Gene Boros told NBC 24, "I went back to the office and told my partner this is probably the worst thing I've ever seen."

"I couldn't imagine somebody doing that to a dog, let alone anything living and I was disgusted."

The manager of Banner Mattress on Alexis where the dog was found added, "I'm an animal lover myself. It's difficult to express my feelings on it other than it's just a shame."

Banner mattress managers want to send a message to whoever did this:

They are setting up security cameras to keep them from coming back.

If you know who did this- call the Toledo area humane society at (419) 891 9777.

Rob Packard
http://www.nbc24.com - added by admin


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There aren't words enough to describe how horrific this is - and in a well populated, fairly busy location to boot. Just the horror of what these dogs went through will keep me awake at night. So incredibly sad & frightening.

I just hope they catch the bastard, and that he gets more than some penny-ante fine. Even just a little jail time would do.

Jailhouse justice extends to more then just pedophiles.

Billy. Jail house justice, about 90 days worth.

Naturally, the authorities will never catch this guy unless someone turns him in.

Mad Jack
Mad Jack's Shack

that's truly sick. 'cut off their paws'. WTH

If you're here to tell me it's my fault - you're right. I meant to do it. It was alot of fun. That's why I have this happy smile on my face.

Here's the Blade's coverage:


From the article: Lucas County Dog Warden Tom Skeldon said sometimes people jump to conclusions about cult activity or dog fighting, but he said it often turns out to be someone practicing taxidermy.

Naturally, Skeldon doesn't give a tinker's damn about this. Why can't Lucas county fire Skeldon and get someone in there who cares?

Mad Jack
Mad Jack's Shack

I don't believe for one minute this was by somebody practicing taxidermy - what they did to these dogs has nothing to do with taxidermy. I just hope the dogs were killed first, not tortured. Ohio has some of the worst animal cruelty laws in the country - even if they catch who did this, I doubt they'll do any kind of time. Less than a month at most, maybe a fine, and probation - with orders to not own animals, like that will make a difference. What is also upsetting about this to me, is that this is a fairly busy intersection - residential,not some dark back street. And why the Blade would print that Banner is thinking about installing cameras by the dumpter is beyond me - like tipping the sicko off to not use that dumpter again.

They need to have far harsher penalties for people that do shit like this. Hard prison time. Very hard.
Years ago, when I worked at DeVilbiss, there was a sick f**k I worked with who caught a cat and killed it in the cafeteria microwave. He was high on drugs and thought it was funny. I found out about it after the fact. Had I been there when he did it, I might have killed him. Yet the same clown owned a pet racoon he'd found abandoned when it was a baby, and raised it
himself. He brought it to work with him sometimes and kept it tied up in his work area. He treated that animal better than most people around him. Go figure.


In World War 2 we fought (and defeated) the Axis. Today we're afraid of cellphones, smokers, and cheeseburgers. It's about at the end, people.


'I used to have compassion, but they taxed it and legislated it out of existence.'

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