Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Cowardly Cop Kills Family’s Cat with a Shotgun After it Hissed at Him

North Catasauqua, PA — Six years ago, when Tom Newhart and his wife rescued a baby cat and named him Sugar, they never imagined that his life would end in a hail of gunfire. However, thanks to a North Catasauqua police officer, that’s exactly what happened.
Last Sunday, Sugar escaped from the Newhart’s home. Hours later, he’d be gunned down by police.
“It’s like one of your children, you raised them, bottle fed them,” said Newhart as he began tearing up.
When Sugar escaped, a neighbor five houses down found him and decided to call the police after not being able to detain the lost cat. When the cop showed up, he pulled out a shotgun and it was open season on lost cats.
“I found the cat sitting right here,” said the neighbor, Mike Lienert.
When the officer showed up, he told Lienert that it’s “not politically correct, but if it’s injured we will put it down,” — as if being ‘politically correct’ has anything to do with killing an innocent animal.
The officer then walked into Lienert’s backyard, blew the cat away, and then told Lienert that he’d have to clean up the mess. Lienert said aside from poking at the dead cat’s body, the officer never attempted to catch the cat.
Lienert said the cat did hiss at the officer, but instead of grabbing a pair of gloves and putting the cat in a cage, this public servant did some target practice.


1 comment:

  1. Cops should always be tested immediately after they discharge their firearm, this guy might very well have been drinking or using illegal steroids and could have just as easily killed a person. No place for bad judgement in police work, fire this guy . . . . .