Fox cubs killed in back garden

Fox cubs killed in back garden

Fox cubs killed in back garden

First published in News

FOUR fox cubs were brutally killed in a back garden with a blunt instrument.

The RSPCA was called to Vaughan Williams Road, in Basildon, after the bodies of the baby animals were found with blood coming out of their mouths and ears.

An inspector took the bodies to a vet and xrays revealed the animals, thought to be four weeks old, had been hit with a blunt instrument.

One of the cubs was also caught in netting and there was a sausage and a piece of chicken nearby.

Inspector Adam Jones said: “This was a really horrible and sinister discovery and I have no doubt this was a deliberate, and callous, attack.

“These tiny little cubs were just a few weeks old, they still had their blackish grey fur, and they had been on the receiving end of some kind of brutal attack.

“There’s a lot of mystery surrounding the whole incident. We don’t know for sure why there was a sausage and chicken there, perhaps it was a lure, or why one of the cubs was caught in netting.

“We urge anyone with any information about this incident to let us know in confidence.”

The RSPCA was called to the house on Friday, April 11.

Call 0300 123 8018 with any information.

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5:38pm Thu 17 Apr 14

danger2013 says...

Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area. danger2013
  • Score: 17

5:39pm Thu 17 Apr 14

John Bull 40 says...

Some people seem to get pleasure from killing things, it makes you wonder
how their mind works, if they have a mind.
Some people seem to get pleasure from killing things, it makes you wonder how their mind works, if they have a mind. John Bull 40
  • Score: 4

5:49pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Blind Haze says...

Four fox sake.
Four fox sake. Blind Haze
  • Score: 5

7:10pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CarnMountification says...

Whilst being vermin, the worry is the way and method they were killed, if a person sets out a plan like this, what else has that person done, or planned to do ? that has to be the crux of the matter.
With netting those young foxes could have been captured, and released into woods etc, but to beat them to death, raises some serious questions, as to mental state of the killer...
Whilst being vermin, the worry is the way and method they were killed, if a person sets out a plan like this, what else has that person done, or planned to do ? that has to be the crux of the matter. With netting those young foxes could have been captured, and released into woods etc, but to beat them to death, raises some serious questions, as to mental state of the killer... CarnMountification
  • Score: 0

8:04pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Kursaal76 says...

danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes
[quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes Kursaal76
  • Score: -5

12:23am Fri 18 Apr 14

emcee says...

Hmmm... the RSPCA seem quite happy to spend their "charitable" funds on "investigating" the deaths of four fox cubs, which may have been killed quickly and humanely (and being vermin, is quite legal) but you try calling them to come out and help an animal that may be in distress with no hint of human involvement whatsoever.
Remember, the RSPCA are in the business of prosecution, making money and power. So why they are bothering with four dead fox cubs when there is little chance of them proving anything other than legal death? Maybe there is a camera crew following them around or they are hoping to make a few quid, in donations, out of it.
Hmmm... the RSPCA seem quite happy to spend their "charitable" funds on "investigating" the deaths of four fox cubs, which may have been killed quickly and humanely (and being vermin, is quite legal) but you try calling them to come out and help an animal that may be in distress with no hint of human involvement whatsoever. Remember, the RSPCA are in the business of prosecution, making money and power. So why they are bothering with four dead fox cubs when there is little chance of them proving anything other than legal death? Maybe there is a camera crew following them around or they are hoping to make a few quid, in donations, out of it. emcee
  • Score: 25

1:57am Fri 18 Apr 14

Kim Gandy says...

John Bull 40 wrote:
Some people seem to get pleasure from killing things, it makes you wonder
how their mind works, if they have a mind.
Can't understand the usual thumbs down idiots who have marked this down. Nothing wrong with this statement. It's true.

Or perhaps the usual baying mob actually support the "human rights" of such scum.

Doesn't surprise me.
[quote][p][bold]John Bull 40[/bold] wrote: Some people seem to get pleasure from killing things, it makes you wonder how their mind works, if they have a mind.[/p][/quote]Can't understand the usual thumbs down idiots who have marked this down. Nothing wrong with this statement. It's true. Or perhaps the usual baying mob actually support the "human rights" of such scum. Doesn't surprise me. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 5

2:00am Fri 18 Apr 14

Kim Gandy says...

Kursaal76 wrote:
danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes
Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection.

They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets.

There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries.

You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.
[quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes[/p][/quote]Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection. They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets. There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries. You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -3

5:24am Fri 18 Apr 14

Eric the Red says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Kursaal76 wrote:
danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes
Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection.

They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets.

There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries.

You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.
Flies and rats need to eat as well - leave a rotting bit of meat out for these poor creatures? I shoot foxes on sight.....vermin.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes[/p][/quote]Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection. They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets. There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries. You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Flies and rats need to eat as well - leave a rotting bit of meat out for these poor creatures? I shoot foxes on sight.....vermin. Eric the Red
  • Score: 14

8:20am Fri 18 Apr 14

CHRISTMAS CAROL says...

WHY some sicko I suppose. I have 2 foxholes in my garden and I would not harm any living creature, let alone foxes. They do me no harm and give me great pleasure.Only trouble is they must be dog foxes because I see no cubs, which I would love. I feed them and look after them and I dont care what anybody else says or thinks. ANY PERSON THAT IS AN ANIMAL LOVER IS A GOOD PERSON
WHY some sicko I suppose. I have 2 foxholes in my garden and I would not harm any living creature, let alone foxes. They do me no harm and give me great pleasure.Only trouble is they must be dog foxes because I see no cubs, which I would love. I feed them and look after them and I dont care what anybody else says or thinks. ANY PERSON THAT IS AN ANIMAL LOVER IS A GOOD PERSON CHRISTMAS CAROL
  • Score: -8

9:33am Fri 18 Apr 14

CarnMountification says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Kursaal76 wrote:
danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes
Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection.

They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets.

There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries.

You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.
Like Hitler ?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes[/p][/quote]Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection. They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets. There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries. You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Like Hitler ? CarnMountification
  • Score: 0

10:26am Fri 18 Apr 14

Steve H says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Kursaal76 wrote:
danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes
Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection.

They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets.

There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries.

You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.
Kim, Basildon Council uses wheelie bins for food waste so not much left in bin bags for foxes to rummage through.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes[/p][/quote]Even if people did stop feeding them, they will still rummage through bins and we all know bin bags in the Basildon area are left out overnight for following day collection. They are living creatures and obviously all living creatures need to eat. Foxes are natural scavengers. Yes they do kill pet rabbits and anything else they can get their hands on so it's up to people to be responsible and protect their pets. There is far too much fox hysteria. They have been forced out of the countryside by EU inspired open farming that obliterates field systems and proper boundaries. You can't have it both ways. They are here to stay so it's a case of put up and shut up I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Kim, Basildon Council uses wheelie bins for food waste so not much left in bin bags for foxes to rummage through. Steve H
  • Score: 14

10:33am Fri 18 Apr 14

GW1234 says...

Absolutely NO excuse for animal cruelty whatsoever. Completely intolerable. There's something wrong with the minds of people that hurt and KILL defenceless animals. This is DISGUSTING. I hope the person or people responsible get what they deserve.
Absolutely NO excuse for animal cruelty whatsoever. Completely intolerable. There's something wrong with the minds of people that hurt and KILL defenceless animals. This is DISGUSTING. I hope the person or people responsible get what they deserve. GW1234
  • Score: 1

11:17am Fri 18 Apr 14

Howard Cháse says...

For fox sake.
For fox sake. Howard Cháse
  • Score: 4

11:25am Fri 18 Apr 14

pembury53 says...

danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
a couple of sensational stories a year or two back in the press about foxes attacking babies, and yet another is drawn in....... more people are injured by dogs in 1 day than every fox attack ever recorded..... spread disease ? dogs, cat's, c**p everywhere, and if you want to keep fox snacks as pets, then look after them, as is your responsibility.....
[quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]a couple of sensational stories a year or two back in the press about foxes attacking babies, and yet another is drawn in....... more people are injured by dogs in 1 day than every fox attack ever recorded..... spread disease ? dogs, cat's, c**p everywhere, and if you want to keep fox snacks as pets, then look after them, as is your responsibility..... pembury53
  • Score: -9

3:34pm Fri 18 Apr 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

CarnMountification wrote:
Whilst being vermin, the worry is the way and method they were killed, if a person sets out a plan like this, what else has that person done, or planned to do ? that has to be the crux of the matter.
With netting those young foxes could have been captured, and released into woods etc, but to beat them to death, raises some serious questions, as to mental state of the killer...
The low life who kills foxes, is probably capable of killing cats with anti-freeze, which is why the person needs to be caught.
[quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: Whilst being vermin, the worry is the way and method they were killed, if a person sets out a plan like this, what else has that person done, or planned to do ? that has to be the crux of the matter. With netting those young foxes could have been captured, and released into woods etc, but to beat them to death, raises some serious questions, as to mental state of the killer...[/p][/quote]The low life who kills foxes, is probably capable of killing cats with anti-freeze, which is why the person needs to be caught. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 3

4:44pm Fri 18 Apr 14

barneydrop says...

What a lovely place Basildon is.
What a lovely place Basildon is. barneydrop
  • Score: 9

5:31pm Fri 18 Apr 14

Devils Advocate says...

barneydrop wrote:
What a lovely place Basildon is.
You think this is because it's Basildon? (It's Laindon actually.) There are far more cold blooded killers of anything that breathes (including humans) in the land of the Gentry than ever existed in Basildon. Keep your unfounded predjudice to yourself please!
[quote][p][bold]barneydrop[/bold] wrote: What a lovely place Basildon is.[/p][/quote]You think this is because it's Basildon? (It's Laindon actually.) There are far more cold blooded killers of anything that breathes (including humans) in the land of the Gentry than ever existed in Basildon. Keep your unfounded predjudice to yourself please! Devils Advocate
  • Score: -5

6:56pm Fri 18 Apr 14

tokyontroyzee says...

danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
What planet were you born on you shallow minded idiot.some humans leave more mess around our neighbourhood and kill young kids too, can we find a humane way to put them asleep.......fox's have as much right to be around as us . Pathetic person
[quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]What planet were you born on you shallow minded idiot.some humans leave more mess around our neighbourhood and kill young kids too, can we find a humane way to put them asleep.......fox's have as much right to be around as us . Pathetic person tokyontroyzee
  • Score: -3

7:00pm Fri 18 Apr 14

tokyontroyzee says...

Kursaal76 wrote:
danger2013 wrote:
Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.
it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes
Its ok to cage rabbits and guinea pigs, and destroy fox's. Very sad....
[quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: Foxes are vermin spread disease and kill pet rabbits and guinea pigs and occasionally attack babies. Not condoning the way they were killed as this was a bit cruel. But If killed in a humane way I see it as a benefit to the community. Also people should stop feeding them as this is obviously going to encourage them in to the area.[/p][/quote]it's called nature! we kill to eat as well so are we vermin to? think the human race does more damage than foxes[/p][/quote]Its ok to cage rabbits and guinea pigs, and destroy fox's. Very sad.... tokyontroyzee
  • Score: -2

10:03pm Fri 18 Apr 14

WildSuzanne says...

All of the known serial killers, especially chid-killers, such as the 2 brothers who killed "baby Peter", started off by killing animals. They start with small things like insects, move on to small furry animals, then its on to larger creatures such as their own pets and lastly on to vulnerable people like children. The foxes were harming nobody. They especially should not have been caused to suffer in such a callous way. Regardless of whether some people class foxes as "vermin", it is actually illegal to wilfully cause suffering to any animal. How evil to tempt the cubs into a trap, using the sausage. I hope the sickos are caught and taught a lesson. They deserve to rot in hell.
All of the known serial killers, especially chid-killers, such as the 2 brothers who killed "baby Peter", started off by killing animals. They start with small things like insects, move on to small furry animals, then its on to larger creatures such as their own pets and lastly on to vulnerable people like children. The foxes were harming nobody. They especially should not have been caused to suffer in such a callous way. Regardless of whether some people class foxes as "vermin", it is actually illegal to wilfully cause suffering to any animal. How evil to tempt the cubs into a trap, using the sausage. I hope the sickos are caught and taught a lesson. They deserve to rot in hell. WildSuzanne
  • Score: 1

7:26am Sat 19 Apr 14

boo beckett says...

People shouldn't be so anti foxes. I think you'll find that humans are more harmful to people than foxes.
People shouldn't be so anti foxes. I think you'll find that humans are more harmful to people than foxes. boo beckett
  • Score: -7

8:58am Sat 19 Apr 14

poortaxpayer says...

As someone who keeps chckens I say good riddance.
As someone who keeps chckens I say good riddance. poortaxpayer
  • Score: 13

8:32am Sun 20 Apr 14

barneydrop says...

Devils Advocate wrote:
barneydrop wrote:
What a lovely place Basildon is.
You think this is because it's Basildon? (It's Laindon actually.) There are far more cold blooded killers of anything that breathes (including humans) in the land of the Gentry than ever existed in Basildon. Keep your unfounded predjudice to yourself please!
They're both as bad as each other.
No difference.
[quote][p][bold]Devils Advocate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barneydrop[/bold] wrote: What a lovely place Basildon is.[/p][/quote]You think this is because it's Basildon? (It's Laindon actually.) There are far more cold blooded killers of anything that breathes (including humans) in the land of the Gentry than ever existed in Basildon. Keep your unfounded predjudice to yourself please![/p][/quote]They're both as bad as each other. No difference. barneydrop
  • Score: 0

7:21pm Sun 20 Apr 14

jqo says...

What people seem to forget is that the foxes where here before we where!! foxes have just as much right to be here as us.
What people seem to forget is that the foxes where here before we where!! foxes have just as much right to be here as us. jqo
  • Score: -5

8:29pm Sun 20 Apr 14

poortaxpayer says...

jqo wrote:
What people seem to forget is that the foxes where here before we where!! foxes have just as much right to be here as us.
We used to have wolves and bears to keep the fox numbers in check until we killed them all, then we had fox hunts and now their numbers are reaching epidemic numbers - unless we reintroduce wolves to kill the foxes then they will reach plague proportions.
[quote][p][bold]jqo[/bold] wrote: What people seem to forget is that the foxes where here before we where!! foxes have just as much right to be here as us.[/p][/quote]We used to have wolves and bears to keep the fox numbers in check until we killed them all, then we had fox hunts and now their numbers are reaching epidemic numbers - unless we reintroduce wolves to kill the foxes then they will reach plague proportions. poortaxpayer
  • Score: -2

1:35am Mon 21 Apr 14

smiffy22 says...

CHRISTMAS CAROL wrote:
WHY some sicko I suppose. I have 2 foxholes in my garden and I would not harm any living creature, let alone foxes. They do me no harm and give me great pleasure.Only trouble is they must be dog foxes because I see no cubs, which I would love. I feed them and look after them and I dont care what anybody else says or thinks. ANY PERSON THAT IS AN ANIMAL LOVER IS A GOOD PERSON
I expect there are plenty of unpleasant people that love animals. Hitler might even have had a pet dog. Your assertion that you would not harm any living creature also sounds a little unlikely. What if you found cockroaches in your home? Or fleas? Or rats? Do you treat your dogs for worms? All leaving creatures of course!
Regards,
Smiffy22
[quote][p][bold]CHRISTMAS CAROL[/bold] wrote: WHY some sicko I suppose. I have 2 foxholes in my garden and I would not harm any living creature, let alone foxes. They do me no harm and give me great pleasure.Only trouble is they must be dog foxes because I see no cubs, which I would love. I feed them and look after them and I dont care what anybody else says or thinks. ANY PERSON THAT IS AN ANIMAL LOVER IS A GOOD PERSON[/p][/quote]I expect there are plenty of unpleasant people that love animals. Hitler might even have had a pet dog. Your assertion that you would not harm any living creature also sounds a little unlikely. What if you found cockroaches in your home? Or fleas? Or rats? Do you treat your dogs for worms? All leaving creatures of course! Regards, Smiffy22 smiffy22
  • Score: 9

9:13pm Mon 21 Apr 14

gary 51 says...

We have humans who are vermin and spread disease perhaps we should take a blunt instrument to them
We have humans who are vermin and spread disease perhaps we should take a blunt instrument to them gary 51
  • Score: 2

9:50am Tue 22 Apr 14

echo1111 says...

we destroyed their home to build ours.
i happen to keep one as a pet, she's the sweetest animal i have ever owned. i rescued her from a fox hole that was abandoned just behind my garden 2 of her siblings sadley where dead by the time i found them. she's clean, loves children and babies. she's pretty much like a dog. well fed, bathed regularly. understands commands like sit, walkies etc... foxes are truly beautiful animals, if you give them a chance.
we destroyed their home to build ours. i happen to keep one as a pet, she's the sweetest animal i have ever owned. i rescued her from a fox hole that was abandoned just behind my garden 2 of her siblings sadley where dead by the time i found them. she's clean, loves children and babies. she's pretty much like a dog. well fed, bathed regularly. understands commands like sit, walkies etc... foxes are truly beautiful animals, if you give them a chance. echo1111
  • Score: 3

3:24pm Tue 22 Apr 14

cg1blue says...

"Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz and Jeffrey Dahmer have more in common than just being serial killers. These three murderers are also connected by the fact that each of them tortured and/or killed animals during their childhoods."

"Researchers as well as FBI and other law enforcement agencies nationwide have linked animal cruelty to domestic violence, child abuse, serial killings and to the recent rash of killings by school age children"

Food for thought....
"Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz and Jeffrey Dahmer have more in common than just being serial killers. These three murderers are also connected by the fact that each of them tortured and/or killed animals during their childhoods." "Researchers as well as FBI and other law enforcement agencies nationwide have linked animal cruelty to domestic violence, child abuse, serial killings and to the recent rash of killings by school age children" Food for thought.... cg1blue
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