Cat shot by arrow at close range found at North Kona park
KAILUA-KONA — Another cat was reportedly found with a hunting arrow embedded in its body, this time at a public park in North Kona.
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What a pleasure to catch one of these brave @ssholes and have a very painful beef with them.
Stop this you sick bastards! I hope you mom get this happen to her. they are defenseless animals!
Hawaii state law forbids the torture or mutilation of pet animals as
well as the killing or attempted killing of pet animals without the
legal authority or consent of the animal’s owner. Violation of that law
is considered a class C felony and carries a sentence of one to five
“If you intentionally hurt an animal to the point where it has
substantial injuries, or it dies, that’s a felony,” O’Neal said. “It’s a
major, major crime with some pretty serious repercussions.”
Oh really ? When my neighbor shot my dog to death ,with no warning to me , on his land , and I got the cops involved , they said he was within his rights and I was in violation of the county leash law and that if any of my other dogs were to go on his land he would have the right to shoot them too .
He did not have my consent to kill my dog . and the HPD refused to arrest or refer the dog killing for prosecution . I guess feral cats are more valued that purebred canines .
Selective prosecution of law?
May this person come back as the cat hunted by him…You are a coward